Osariemen Aiyevbomwan joins FSG with a background in human development, grounded in critical race theory, public health, and education. She is passionate about the role of strategic learning and evaluation in shifting priorities and perspectives around what equitable and sustainable justice can look like. As an associate, Osariemen conducts stakeholder interviews, performs secondary research, and works alongside case team members to develop strategic recommendations that allow clients to enact systems change processes as tools to address critical societal gaps.
As an undergraduate student researcher in anthropological studies, Osariemen’s academic work focused on offering relevant knowledge to investigate important questions around global health and the transformation of community structures across varying geographical and biomedical landscapes. Osariemen’s work equipped her with a variety of transferable skills directly relevant to her success in student leadership on campus and in the larger community. As the president and political correspondent for the Black Student Union, Osariemen worked closely with students, faculty, community leaders, as well as university administrators to reimagine the conditions of student livelihood as we navigate larger social issues like the COVID-19 pandemic.
Prior to FSG, Osariemen spent a summer with the Sadie Nash Leadership Project (SNLP), a women’s empowerment program that catalyzed her interest in community organizing to affect change. As an inaugural fellow of the TakeOff Institute, a professional development organization geared towards developing the next generation of Black entrepreneurs and thought leaders, Osariemen worked alongside her mentor to help facilitate the visioning process and build deliverables for a burgeoning business in telehealth. As an SEO intern with FSG in 2021, Osariemen helped to deliver strategic offerings for an education project with the E-3 group, a Texas-based education collaborative.
- Binghamton University, B.S. in Human Development
- SEO, Sponsors for Educational Opportunity
- Takeoff Institute
- Sadie Nash Leadership Project
- English (fluent)
- Edo (conversational)
On Working at FSG
“I am eager to find ways of innovative problem-solving that align with the full potential of our ever-changing sociopolitical landscape. Using the knowledge that my colleagues and I bring into this space across our different walks of life will be important for how we co-create a more liberated future and harness our individual and collective potentials to reimagine social impact for FSG’s clients.”