Adeeb Mahmud is Chief Program Officer at Financial Health Network, where he oversees the development and delivery of new and evolved financial health products to improve financial health for all, especially low income families and people of color in America. Adeeb leads FHN’s engagements with clients, partners, funders, and investees across financial services, health care, and workplace solutions. He also develops and fosters key partnerships with clients and other external stakeholders, is a member of the organization's Leadership Team, and supports management of FHN’s organizational strategy.
Prior to joining the Financial Health Network, Adeeb served as a Managing Director at FSG, a nonprofit strategy consulting and research firm that works with companies, foundations, and nonprofits to address social challenges. At FSG, Adeeb led the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, served on the Business Oversight Committee, and was a frequent speaker on topics of corporate social impact. Previously, he worked in corporate strategy for a Boston-based biotech company, in healthcare consulting at Braun Consulting (now Fair Isaac), and at the World Bank.
Adeeb received a master’s degree in public policy from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government and a bachelor’s degree in economics from Middlebury College. He was also selected as a Reynolds Foundation fellow at Harvard.