Greg Hills has nearly 20 years of experience advising corporations, foundations, governments, and nonprofit organizations on strategy, program design, evaluation, and operational improvement. In his nine years at FSG, Greg has led more than 70 client engagements, including three dozen projects advising multinational corporations on innovative shared value and CSR strategies. He leads FSG’s Global Development impact area and has worked professionally in nearly 20 developing countries throughout Africa, Asia, and Latin America. His work focuses on economic development, agriculture, education, health, environment, and social investment. Greg has published numerous influential papers and speaks regularly on topics of shared value, CSR, and philanthropic effectiveness. Prior to joining FSG, Greg worked as a manager with Archstone Consulting and as a senior consultant with Deloitte Consulting. He advised leading corporations in the retail, consumer products manufacturing, and financial services sectors. His prior social sector experience includes serving as Manager of Program Operations for the US-Asia Environmental Partnership, a USAID-funded public-private partnership focused on environmental improvement and sustainable development in the Asia-Pacific region.
Marc Pfitzer builds on over 20 years of experience as an advisor to executives in the private and social sector to help surface new insights and collaborative efforts against our global challenges. Marc has overseen nearly 100 projects for FSG touching on strategy, program and organizational design, issue research, and evaluation. Marc leads FSG's Shared Valueapproach area and has led all of the firm’s work in Europe to date. He has presented at dozens of conferences and written on numerous subjects spanning corporate social investment, agricultural development, performance measurement in the social arena, and the mechanics of collaboration. Marc heads FSG’s Geneva office, and engages directly with many of the office’s projects and field trips. Prior to FSG, Marc served as Principal at The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) based in Zürich. Prior to BCG and during his studies, he worked at the World Economic Forum.
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