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Amy studied at the University of Oxford and completed a Masters at LSE before spending 4 years at BCG London, where she worked across practice areas and was a top performer. Her favorite projects included a strategy secondment at a luxury department store group and writing a report with the UK government on how to grow GDP in the film, TV and music industries.
During Amy’s time at BCG she was heavily involved in recruiting, with a focus on mentoring candidates from non-core schools and diverse backgrounds. At BCG and since, she has coached 100+ cases for candidates who have often secured multiple MBB offers. Her coaching style emphasizes confidence building and actionable feedback, because there’s nothing more frustrating than to hear ‘you just need more structure…’!
Ex-McKinsey, Columbia MBA
After a career spanning consulting at McKinsey & Company and private equity investing at Apax Partners, Aniket is pursuing his dream as a startup founder.
Aniket holds an MBA from Columbia Business School, and has helped dozens of candidates prepare for consulting interviews.
After receiving her PhD in Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry, Ashley worked as a consultant for 2 years in McKinsey’s New York office where she explored many industries before choosing to focus on Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices.
During her time at McKinsey, Ashley coached a diverse range of candidates through the McKinsey Black Network, the McKinsey Women’s Network, and as a recruiting ambassador for advanced professional degree (JDs, MDs, PhDs) candidates. Ashley’s most prized feedback during this time is her ability to give specific, digestible, and actionable feedback to candidates.
Ex-McKinsey, Wharton MBA
After receiving her MBA at Wharton, Charity spent 3 years at McKinsey in the Stamford, CT office while living in NYC. Charity spent her first year exploring industries and functions, after which she decided to focus on Consumer and Retail clients.
During Charity’s time at McKinsey she spent time as a staffed ambassador, supporting diverse candidates through the application process and providing case coaching support. Additionally, she was well connected to Wharton recruiting and provided case coaching support to her alma mater. Charity has completed hundreds of case prep sessions and is passionate about helping candidates through actionable and specific feedback.
Ex-McKinsey, Harvard MBA '23
Diana spent over 3 years at McKinsey in Australia as a Business Analyst through to Senior Associate, where she worked in predominantly B2C facing verticals on strategy and marketing & sales related topics. She was heavily involved in firm-wide diversity initiatives, mentoring and coaching dozens of promising female candidates throughout the interview process and as they settled into consulting post-offer.
After McKinsey, Diana moved to London to work for a tech start-up (Via) and will be relocating to Boston in the fall to complete an MBA at Harvard Business School. Her style is friendly, collaborative, and flexible, focusing on building confidence and providing actionable feedback with the opportunity to practice and refine.
Ex-McKinsey, Columbia MBA
Kit recently left McKinsey as an Engagement Manager to take a global management role at a major beverage company, building on his work as a member of McKinsey’s Consumer practice based out of the New Jersey office.
At McKinsey, Kit was a prolific interviewer, giving 100+ interviews for incoming BAs and Associates both in-person (prior to 2020) and virtually during the pandemic. He was a core leader of McKinsey’s Columbia Business School recruiting team, heading mentorship efforts for candidates moving through the interview process.
During his time at CBS, Kit was VP of Corporate Events for Columbia’s Management Consulting Association, organizing on- and off-campus events to connect students with consulting firms. He was also a sought-after caser, giving 150+ practice cases, and is known for providing tangible, actionable feedback that turns good answers into excellent ones.
After graduating with majors in Accounting, Finance, and Supply Chain Management, Lisa then joined McKinsey and served clients across multiple industries on both strategy and operations projects. After receiving an offer for MBA sponsorship, she recently left McKinsey to pursue her passion with startups and is currently co-founder and CEO of her own startup that is developing a new technology to reduce energy consumption for commercial refrigeration. Like many entrepreneurs, she works odd hours, so she is available for interviews anytime…weekends, day, or night!
Nare graduated with a degree in Business Economics from UCLA, and became the 5th UCLA student to join BCG in a decade. During her time at BCG, Nare spent her time working on projects varying from pricing strategy, market growth, consumer behavior, and operational efficiency.
Nare has coached 100+ case interviews as part of BCG recruiting efforts, informally with various UCLA organizations, as well as a private case coach after leaving the firm. (She’s also completed at least a hundred herself, including practicing mental math while brushing her teeth).
Beyond nailing the case, Nare’s passion lies in helping her clients enhance their mindset going into the interview. A multi-sport athlete, she trains her clients to go into interviews with a peak performance mindset, and believes this is what separates good interview candidates from those that get offers.
Ex-McKinsey, Fuqua MBA
After obtaining an undergrad degree in Mechanical Engineering from Northwestern and working in community development and education in northern Afghanistan, Stephanie received an MBA at the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. Post-MBA, she enjoyed her tenure at McKinsey – where she was promoted to Engagement Manager and lived on 4 continents in the process. She left the Firm to advise clients on her own and continues to work with various organizations on strategic planning, operations strategy, and team development.