Over more than two decades with McKinsey, Liz has worked with executives to craft and implement strategies that boost top-line growth, lower costs, and manage operational complexity on a global basis. She has authored a number of articles on building marketing capabilities and driving organic growth in consumer companies. She frequently speaks on these topics at industry forums.
Serving both consumer goods players and retailers, Liz takes an integrative perspective to help companies create compelling commercial offers that drive financial performance and consumer value.
Liz holds a master’s degree in business administration from the Harvard Business School, where she was designated a Baker Scholar, and graduated cum laude from Dartmouth College with AB and BE degrees in engineering.
Based in Boston, Liz is also active in the local community. She contributes in various board and trustee capacities to the Harvard Business School, the Boston Cristo Rey School, the Catholic Charities of New England, and the Winsor School.
"From internal service provider to strategic partner: An interview with the head of Global Business Services at P&G," McKinsey Quarterly, 2008
"Developing a distinctive consumer marketing organization," Journal of Market-Focused Management, Volume 1, Number 3, 199-207
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