Patrick FrickProcess Facilitator and Designer

    Patrick has experience in working with affluent individuals, families and foundations on the issue of responsible wealth management and philanthropy.

    Previously, Patrick worked with the World Economic Forum as a program manager. During this period Patrick gained experience in working with large multinational companies on the issue of corporate social responsibility.

    Patrick is a founding member of The Value Web, which is an international network of process designers and facilitators, delivering collaborative engagements for leaders and their organizations around the world who seek solutions to social and environmental problems. Patrick leads The Value Web’s engagement with the World Economic Forum and brings his expertise of design and facilitation of collaboration to their gatherings around the world, including the Annual Meeting in Davos. Patrick is a Senior Advisor to INDEX: Design to Improve Life and is a member of the Jury for the INDEX: Design Award, the world’s largest design prize.

    Patrick’s field experience includes development projects in the Middle East; he lived and worked in Lebanon where he set-up and led an NGO in the field of economic development. Patrick graduated from the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland and studied politics and international relations at the Institut d’Etudes Politiques (Sciences Po) in Paris.

    Patrick works with those families and foundations seeking innovative solutions to social and environmental problems. He brings his expertise and passion in the area of design and facilitation of collaborative engagements to help you refocus your existing portfolio of philanthropic support and, if necessary, help you co-design new solutions.