Greg Coussa is an independent strategy and operations consultant; previously he had founded the U.S. branch of Spring Impact (formerly ICSF: International Centre for Social Franchising), which is dedicated to helping nonprofits replicate their programs and scale their impact. In addition to building the U.S. organization, Greg oversaw a portfolio of domestic and international projects in the social sector for clients including the Hewlett Foundation, PSI,, Rent to Own, Foundation for Ecological Security, the Shell Foundation, Lava Mae, and USAID/Senegal. Greg first worked with the BOMA Project on a business plan and value proposition as BOMA developed a strategy to scale their work. “The BOMA Project is one of those rare examples of a sustainable, scalable and highly-effective model that has the potential to impact millions of lives. I’m incredibly honored to join the board of directors as we do just that,” Greg says. Greg received his MBA from the University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School, and his bachelor’s degree in business economics from UCLA, graduating cum laude, with university honors and department of economics honors. Prior to his role at Spring Impact, Greg was a consultant at a boutique strategy and management consultancy serving mid and large cap financial services companies in the U.S.  He is currently an independent strategy and operations consultant to social impact organizations.