Marc Pfitzer’s work on shared value has been featured in Harvard Business Review and he has played a key role in the development and adoption of the concept globally. He has guided well over 100 corporations, foundations, and nonprofits in their missions to improve lives and protect natural resources.
Marc has presented at dozens of conferences and written on numerous subjects spanning social impact strategy and evaluation, and the mechanics of collaboration and collective impact for systems change. His current research is focused on understanding and managing the economics of impact. Marc heads FSG’s Geneva office and has led the firm’s work in Europe for more than 15 years. Marc builds on over 30 years of experience as an advisor to executives in the private and social sectors to help surface new insights and collaborative efforts against our global challenges.
Prior to FSG, Marc served as Principal at The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) based in Zürich. Prior to BCG and during his studies, he worked at the World Economic Forum.
- INSEAD, MBA
- Harvard University, BA
- Nyon secondary college, Switzerland
- Concord Academy, Massachusetts
- Various sustainability and start-up/corporate boards
On working at FSG
“I'm at FSG because I find purpose and challenge in every day. In any brainstorming, conversation, or data synthesis, I know that there is an opportunity to move others towards action, and in this process to meet someone's needs. I love to see excitement in the eyes of my colleagues and clients, when together we have found a way to unleash new ideas for progress. FSG helps me celebrate the positive forces in the human spirit; the beauty of nature; the parents, siblings, and teachers who themselves devote their careers to others.”