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Aimee Vue joins Fathom as senior research and strategy consultant

In addition to driving human-centric research and strategy engagements, Aimee will support Fathom’s growing facilitation practice

Fathom continually strives to bring exceptional talent with fresh perspectives to our team and to our clients. So we’re excited to announce the arrival of Aimee Vue—who perfectly embodies this objective—as our newest senior research and strategy consultant.

Aimee comes to us from Youthprise, a philanthropy and advocacy organization working to increase equity for Minnesota’s indigenous, low-income, and racially diverse youth. There she developed the Youth Innovation team’s technical assistance and consulting portfolio, helping clients implement youth engagement strategies into their policies and practices.

Looking for her next consulting role, Aimee was drawn to Fathom and the firm’s approach to collaboratively working with clients to solve problems through human-centric research and design methods. “My favorite place to be is facilitating people through a design thinking process that gets them from a ton of ideas to a handful of synthesized, actionable steps,” says Aimee. “I love getting to know people and having them trust me as a facilitator to move through a sometimes quite serious process.”

Aimee’s expertise is already lending itself well to Fathom’s current portfolio of projects, engaging with both clients in the non-profit and Fortune 500 spaces. “We are thrilled to welcome Aimee to our team,” says Managing Partner Kate McRoberts. “Her curious nature, deep empathy, and infectious energy—combined with a deep well of innovative facilitation techniques from which she easily draws—are already propelling her clients forward.”  

In addition to getting to know new Fathom colleagues and clients, Aimee’s summer plans entail exploring the city of St. Paul and hiking Minnesota’s state parks (she’s currently halfway on her quest to visit all 75!). A passionate foodie, Aimee’s travels also allow her to seek out the best Thai, Filipino, or Indian cuisine. (Although you’d never know that from her go-to ice-breaker question: “Tacos, nachos, or burritos. You have to remove one from the world forever. Which one is it?”)

Aimee has an executive certificate from the University of Pennsylvania in Social Innovation Design, is a Brown University alum, and is a board member of the Asian American Organizing Project. Find Aimee on LinkedIn or riding along the Mississippi River on her e-bike—look for the red helmet and say hi!