Philippe Sion is a Managing Director, overseeing the Forced Labor & Human Trafficking portfolio. In this role, Philippe applies his two decades of experience in social change as he leads HU’s teams and efforts to combat human trafficking and modern slavery. Working with the field and alongside HU’s partners and staff, he develops, refines, and implements strategies with an eye toward learning and impact.
Prior to joining HU, Philippe Sion was a Managing Director at FSG (formerly the Foundation Strategy Group), a global consulting firm supporting leaders in creating social change. At FSG, Philippe dedicated a large portion of his time to working with foundations on systems change strategies and collective impact. He managed FSG’s partnerships with several Fortune 500 corporations, advising them on corporate philanthropy, corporate social responsibility, and shared value. Philippe also co-led the firm’s working group on diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Philippe previously worked in social and public sector consulting at both the Bridgespan Group and McKinsey & Company, held a research fellowship at the McKinsey Global Institute, and served as an Associate Director of the World Economic Forum, where he oversaw the economics and finance sessions for the annual meeting in Davos.
Philippe has lived and worked in Latin America, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and the United States. As the son of two refugees, Humanity United’s mission has both professional and personal resonance for him.