Nina has partnered with clients across sectors to address challenges such as health equity in the United States, resiliency and corporate social investment in rural communities, and access to HIV prevention for women and girls in sub-Saharan Africa. Nina has worked with a wide range of clients to strengthen social impact portfolios by adopting shared value strategies, establishing collective impact initiatives, and developing evaluative methods to measure impact. She is particularly interested in cross-sector collaboration to improve global and US health inequities.
Prior to FSG, Nina gained experience in the social and public sectors. She worked on Capitol Hill to provide legislative support as a research associate for a political campaign strategy firm, and received multiple research grants to study public policy and economic development globally.
- University of Southern California, BS Business Administration, BA International Relations
On working at FSG
“To me, FSG is a place where the head meets the heart. I am humbled by my colleagues’ commitment to leverage strategic processes to advance equity in communities around the world. I feel lucky every day to work with such a thoughtful team dedicated to creating long-lasting social change.”