Talia Alongi works with philanthropic, nonprofit, and corporate clients to build organizational capacity and advance anti-racist systems change. She has nearly a decade of experience in gender equity, economic mobility, early childhood wellbeing, post-secondary education, and workforce development. Recent engagements include developing a strategy for a community foundation that centers racial equity, writing a call to action for philanthropy to engage in climate justice, and facilitating a community of practice for grantees. As an associate director, Talia leverages her experience in research, facilitation, and strategy to help clients think through complex problems, engage key stakeholders, and design solutions with meaningful engagement of those impacted. Talia is a co-leader of FSG’s gender equity practice.
Talia joined FSG after working as a volunteer coordinator with Good Nomad in Pedernales, Ecuador, connecting compassionate hands with high-need environmental and community projects. She has prior experience in international development and human rights, as well as operations in the private sector. Throughout her undergraduate studies, Talia focused on development in Latin America and food security policy.
- University of Washington, B.A. International Studies
On Working At FSG
FSG is an incredible place to work because everyone is truly dedicated to creating tangible social impact. It is a place where passionate, intelligent people come together to not just think about issues, but really tackle the underlying causes. The level of collaboration and support within the firm is truly inspiring.