About Jonathan

Jonathan is the leader of our Public Sector Practice and leads teams in Australia, Europe, and the United Kingdom to address strategic, operational, organizational, and financial challenges. Increasingly, this involves building functional expertise in finance, procurement, digital, and analytics.

Jonathan works with a wide variety of government departments, agencies, and private-sector partners to improve the quality of services and deliver better value to the taxpayers, drawing on international experience and insight from the McKinsey Center for Government and from the firm’s private-sector work.

Outside his client work, Jonathan publishes research on economic growth, industrial clusters, and city development, in collaboration with the McKinsey Global Institute and leading academics. In a voluntary capacity, he set up Clinic Africa, which runs primary-care centers in Uganda, and supports London’s Air Ambulance and World Jewish Relief.

Jonathan has helped launch multiple healthcare analytics services, including Dr Foster health research, McKinsey Hospital Institute, and McKinsey’s Leading Systems Network, and is working with the UK and Australian governments to scale up their use of analytics to drive change at scale in multiple departments.

Published work

The opportunity in government productivity,” McKinsey & Company, April 2017

London 2036: An Agenda for Jobs and Growth,” London First, London Enterprise Panel, January 2017

Productivity: The route to Brexit success,” McKinsey & Company, December 2016

Past experience

Dr Foster
Sales director

Quadriga Worldwide
Retail director

Quadriga
Head of strategy and new business

Smallbone of Devizes
Commercial director

Education

London Business School
MBA, finance

London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
MSc, economics

University of Cambridge, Trinity College
MA, economics