During his two-decade career with McKinsey, Harry has supported companies, governments, and mining industry associations across the globe offering strategic and operations expertise.
Harry's client engagements have focused on helping oil and basic materials clients improve capital productivity and supply chain operations. He works with his clients to reduce and optimize operating costs, and improve capital allocation and management practices, including conducting corporate strategy, M&A, and core competency diagnostics for increasing value from existing operations.
Harry's recent client work has spanned the globe. Harry provided counsel on purchasing and supply chain issues to a coal industry participant in Australia, helped develop a business unit strategy for a metals & mining firm in the US, supported an iron ore manufacturer in Canada, and assisted in a global forces analysis for a metals & mining company in the UK.
Harry is a Mine Safety and Health Administration certified miner. He contributes to McKinsey's internal knowledge capital development and has published articles externally on a variety of topics related to mining and basic materials. Outside of his client service, Harry serves in the community as vice chair of the USC Shoah Foundation.
“How technology is reshaping supply and demand for natural resources,” McKinsey Global Institute, February 2017
“Is there hidden treasure in the mining industry?,” McKinsey & Company, November 2015
Boston Consulting Group
Harvard Law School
BA, mathematics and economics
Activities & Interests
USC Shoah Foundation