BioChile comes to FSG with wide-ranging consulting experience, having worked on engagements for corporations, governments, and nonprofits for over 10 years. He is most interested in the interplay between business and society and the ways in which that interplay can improve social and environmental outcomes. Chile has worked with companies and nonprofits in the US and abroad in developing and implementing shared value strategies, particularly in the extractives sectors. He has led a year-long research project investigating shared value in oil and gas and mining. He has also worked with the Hilton Foundation on refining their foster youth strategy. Before joining FSG, Chile worked as a management consultant, helping companies develop and implement strategic growth initiatives and the organizational structures to support them. He also has assisted nonprofits in creating and refining fund-raising strategies and worked with US state and federal environmental regulatory agencies on program design and evaluation.