Maria Marta is a dedicated and enthusiastic senior consultant with a passion for international development and global health. She focuses her career on working with social impact organizations developing, implementing, and evaluating programs and interventions. At FSG, Maria Marta applies her research, facilitation, and problem-solving skills to help clients drive sustainable and equitable change. She has contributed to projects spanning health equity, foundation strategy, and shared value. She is the author of Spanish articles on shared value and transformative companies in Peru and was a special presenter on a podcast about shared value in Peru.
Prior to FSG, Maria Marta was awarded a Stanford University Public Service Fellowship. In this fellowship, she worked at the John W. Gardner Center, a policy research center where she spearheaded a needs assessment study on adolescent mental health, and Redwood City 2020, a nonprofit where she implemented youth empowerment and education programs. Maria Marta’s professional experience includes being a research consultant at Save the Children, a development intern at Human Rights Watch, and a communications intern at the Peruvian Ministry of Culture. Most recently, Maria Marta worked for the United Nations Development Programme, identifying best practices used globally to reach the Sustainable Development Goals. Maria Marta received both her BA and her MPP from Stanford University.
- Stanford University, Public Policy Program, MPP
- Stanford University, BA in Human Biology and Economics
- Spanish (native)
- French (intermediate)
On Working at FSG
I feel grateful to work with colleagues who share my values and aren’t afraid to tackle some of the most complex global social problems. At FSG, I aspire to grow and develop as a social impact leader and better the lives of people around the world.