Select Redstone Projects

  • Helped the New York City Mayor’s Office of Food Policy identify policy priorities and develop specific initiatives to increase healthy food consumption in underserved communities.
  • Managed a funder collaboration of New York City’s top food assistance providers to enable distribution of an additional 10 million pounds annually to low-income New Yorkers.
  • Crafted programs to bring new models of community-based healthcare to low-income urban communities.

Background

Sam has worked on strategic planning, policy development, and funder coordination to help clients most effectively tackle social issues. Prior to joining Redstone, Sam worked at Deloitte’s federal strategy consulting practice. There, he helped federal agencies set their long-term strategies, prioritize major investments, and better deliver on their missions. While at Yale, Sam studied political science and received several fellowships to study democracy and political tolerance abroad. He received the Obernauer Memorial prize for his senior thesis on Arab rights in Israel.

Sam is from New York City, and spends his free time running, taking photos, and cooking.

Education

  • Yale University, BA magna cum laude in Political Science