Flynn Lebus- FSG
Flynn is an Associate Director in FSG’s Geneva office and has been with the firm since November 2013. She has almost a decade of experience advising foundations, international development actors, companies, and governmental bodies on strategic philanthropy, collective impact (partnership and collaboration), shared value, and corporate social responsibility, across multiple topics, including healthcare, early childhood education, education and youth, entrepreneurship, and agriculture. Flynn is currently leading a complex project for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) to advise and assist with the development and implementation of a collective impact-driven governance framework for the immunization supply chain. Flynn has also led a strategic review process for one of Denmark’s largest private foundations, working directly with the Board and foundation CEO, which included designing and facilitating discussions to advance dialogue in a complex environment, and recently completed leading a research effort that explored the role of health and life insurance in society and is co-authored a global publication on the topic. Flynn is a named contributor to the HBR article, “The Ecosystems of Shared Value,” and co-authored a paper on the potential for collective impact in the UK with Mark Kramer, “Collective Impact: A New Twist On An Old English Art”. Flynn has also delivered a Master Class and keynote speech on the topic of collective impact in Nottingham, UK, last November. She is currently organizing a research project into the opportunity for Collective Impact in the European context, building on a European delegation workshop (with representatives from U.K., France, Denmark, Spain, and Germany) she delivered at the Collective Impact Convening in Boston, USA, (May 2017).