Welcome to the Princeton branch of 180 Degrees Consulting – a global, university-based consultancy that takes on clients looking to solve some of the world’s most pressing issues. We seek to improve education, alleviate poverty, and improve the global community.

Fall 2022 Application! Deadline: 9/12/22 11:59pm


Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 08542

Phone: (609) 613-0335

Princeton University

NJ 08542

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Sample of Consulting Projects

  • Keller Center for Entrepreneurship in Engineering Education

    Area: Education
    Year: 2018

    We are working to improve student outreach, marketing, and branding for the primary entrepreneurial initiative on Princeton's campus.

  • Hillsborough Education Foundation

    Area: Education
    Year: 2020

    Hillsborough Education Foundation (HEF) offers resources to ensure that all students are receiving enough support to perform well in school.
    Working with the HEF, we helped address covid-related decreases in community engagement.
    Our solutions included a comprehensive communication plan for key stakeholders, a press-release procedure, and a marketing plan.

  • Arts Educators of New Jersey

    Area: Education
    Year: 2020

    AENJ is a nonprofit organization that promotes the highest degree of quality visual arts instruction in New Jersey’s schools.

  • Arts Council of Princeton

    Area: Education
    Year: 2020

    ACP prepares a plethora of arts education programs such as performing and media arts, exhibitions, and even free community cultural events for the greater Princeton region.
    We provided research on local municipal processes for the Arts Council of Princeton.
    Our deliverable addressed potential funding sources as well as other in-kind municipal support.

  • Princeton Education Foundation

    Area: Education
    Year: 2020

    Princeton Education Foundation was founded to enhance educational experiences in all Princeton public schools by advocating for private philanthropy.

  • Habitat for Humanity

    Area: Education
    Year: 2021

    Habitat for Humanity is a global nonprofit housing organization working in local communities across all US states and in approximately 70 countries.
    We worked on preparing a board presentation for Habitat for Humanity's Genesee County leadership.
    The presentation helped to shape the goals of the organization and define strategic goals.

  • Solarbuddy

    Area: Sustainability
    Year: 2021

    Solarbuddy was launched with the goal of providing 6 million solar lights to children living in energy poverty by 2030.
    We studied the state of youth crime and energy poverty in US, Puerto Rico and Guam communities with the goal of securing corporate funding for the organization.
    Our deliverables not only provided a grid accessibility report for the nonprofit but also indicated key decision makers and stakeholders in communities of interest.

  • Female Founders Catalyst

    Area: Education
    Year: 2022

    The Female Founders Catalyst is a non-profit focused on educating and empowering women through tech adoption and wealth creation.
    We focused on the USP of the organization and determined the best GTM strategy and funding route. We also created different horizon implementation strategies.

  • Multiverz

    Area: Fintech
    Year: 2022

    Multiverz is a Singaporean for-profit impact enterprise. The company aims to use digital technologies to help organizations and individuals holistically find jobs and develop skills through skills analytics (to track demand for skills) and tech forecasting (to anticipate new jobs).
    Using Multiverz's Actionable Futures Process and in partnership with Dun & Bradstreet, we investigated the risks and opportunities that come with integrating fintech into the daily operations of small and medium-sized enterprises.


Oliver Wyman