FHI Partners joins FHI 360
WASHINGTON, D.C. — FHI Partners, which for five years has worked with corporations and foundations in expanding their social impact within the United States and around the world, is now officially a part of its parent organization, FHI 360. The integration of the wholly owned subsidiary was effective Oct. 1, 2023.
“More and more for-profit companies are recognizing the need to bring their expertise to bear in creating positive change,” says Dr. Tessie San Martin, FHI 360’s chief executive officer. “This integration will make it easier and more efficient for FHI 360 to partner with foundations and corporations that see that value and want to share their expertise to tackle pressing global challenges.”
FHI 360 will continue to assist corporations, foundations and other philanthropic entities in addressing global challenges such as the erosion of social cohesion and increases in inequality, the growth of global health threats, and the proliferation of crises caused by climate change and violent conflict.
“Our entrepreneurial and client-centered mindset is a perfect pairing with FHI 360’s bold ambitions,” says Roberto Matus, managing director of FHI Partners. “Our team — and the incredible foundations and corporations we partner with — look forward to this new chapter.”
About FHI 360
FHI 360 mobilizes research, resources and relationships so people everywhere have access to the opportunities they need to lead full and healthy lives. With collaborations in more than 60 countries, we work directly with local leaders to advance social and economic equity, improve health and well-being, respond to humanitarian crises and strengthen community resilience. We share data-driven insights and scalable tools that expand access and equity so communities can effectively address complex challenges, respond to shocks and achieve thriving futures. To learn more, visit fhi360.org.