I graduated with a Master’s Degree in Economics from the University of Paris X in 2001 and after a couple of years working in Sales and Marketing in Paris and Amsterdam, I moved to the UK where I comp...
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After completing a BS in Business Administration (California State University, Fresno) and a MPhil in Development Studies (University of Cape Town), I began my career by founding a boutique socioeconomic development consulting firm in Cape Town, South Africa. Four fulfilling years later, I returned to my native United States and earned an MBA at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. I then spent eight years consulting in New York at Oliver Wyman and Satori Consulting.
I joined Berkeley because of the great people and culture, the steadfast commitment to exceptional client impact, and the opportunity to help build the NYC / US business.
My client work over the years has included a wide spectrum of strategy and delivery engagements, working with stakeholders across the enterprise and at all seniority levels. In recent years I’ve built up considerable experience in organizational and digital transformation in the life sciences industry. While people may think of consulting as an ideas business, it is really a people business – and I derive great joy from helping clients succeed.
Outside of work, my wife and I are active in our local church and community. I enjoy food, wine, and the outdoors, but my discretionary time is currently largely consumed by one- and three-year-old girls. Learning Swedish so I can communicate with my wife’s family remains an ongoing project (though some may question whether it ever actually started).
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