Hayling Price is a Senior Consultant at FSG, where he supports clients across sectors seeking to advance equity through systems change. His work is primarily focused on addressing youth development and K-12 education through collective impact. For example, in partnership with the Kellogg and Kresge Foundations, he helped plan and facilitate a citywide process to set a shared vision for Detroit’s early childhood system. More recently, he helped design and launch the Equity Alliance of Staten Island, an initiative to promote education and youth wellness outcomes in Staten Island, New York. He has also supported FSG’s work in strategic learning and evaluation, which included an assessment of Raising Blended Learners, a statewide personalized learning initiative piloted in schools across Texas. As FSG’s Equity Partnerships Lead, Hayling also supports the firm’s strategic priorities on social equity related to business development, capacity building for consulting staff, and partnerships with field actors in the advocacy community.Prior to his work at FSG Hayling served as Policy Director for the National Human Services Assembly, where he developed an integrated legislative agenda and led advocacy campaigns on Capitol Hill. In addition to promoting federal policy impacting youth and families, he has served as a community organizer and advised civic leaders on approaches to place-based youth development. Hayling received his B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania. He also received his MBA from Harvard Business School and Master in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School.