Mia joins FSG with a background in consulting, project management, and research focused on global health and international development. She has a passion for bridging sectoral silos to maximize social impact and create a more equitable and sustainable future. As a consultant, Mia supports shared value and collective impact strategies to help organizations navigate complex challenges to sustain social change.
Mia’s experience spans consulting, project management, and research. Prior to FSG, she worked as a consultant in Ghana for a global development charity focused on engaging, growing, and connecting social enterprises. She was also a project manager in a boutique strategic advisory firm where she helped identify multisector partnerships for the World Health Organization to increase youth engagement for health and sustainable development. More recently, Mia was a research assistant at the Geneva Transformative Governance Lab of the University of Geneva, focusing on the study of societal resilience to prevent, react to, and recover from the COVID-19 crisis and future pandemics. She currently serves on the board of the Global Health Young Professionals Initiative, a mentorship and networking platform for budding global health young professionals.
Mia received her MSc from the University of Geneva in Global Health with a focus on public-private partnerships and adolescent health, and her BSc from the University of Bath in Economics and International Development.
- University of Geneva, MSc in Global Health
- University of Bath, BSc in Economics and International Development
- Global Health Young Professionals Initiative, board member
- English (native)
- French (native)
- Spanish (intermediate)
On working at FSG
“I am honored to work with such a talented team of mission-driven people who spearhead unique and innovative thinking to unlock sustainable and impactful solutions to complex social problems.”