Stacy Neal is a member of the leadership group of FSG, a nonprofit, mission-driven consulting firm for leaders in search of large-scale, lasting social change. As director of programs for FSG’s Shared Value Initiative (SVI), a multi-stakeholder effort driving adoption and improving implementation of shared value strategies amongst leading companies, civil society, and government organizations, Stacy works with SVI and FSG team members, as well as external networks, to shape and execute SVI programming and content. She is the author of several SVI case studies and the primary architect of the Initiative’s regular partner convening and annual Shared Value Leadership Summit.
Prior to joining FSG, Stacy was associate director of the Center for Emerging Market Enterprises at The Fletcher School, where she oversaw research projects, fellowship and research assistant programs, executive education development, major events, and grant-funded initiatives—including the Fletcher School Leadership Program for Financial Inclusion, which trains senior-level central bank and finance ministry regulators in effective advocacy for inclusive growth. Stacy also previously led external relations at a counter-terrorism research center, managed business development activities at a boutique, China-focused consulting firm, and worked in communications and events planning at global microfinance network ACCION International. Stacy holds a MALD in NGO management and international migration from The Fletcher School, Tufts University and a BA in English and Political Science from Boston College.
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