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McKinsey Black Network

McKinsey Black Network is a global community of colleagues and alumni committed to creating an environment where Black colleagues can advance, connect, and grow.

What we do

Our network leads initiatives to support the advancement of Black colleagues at McKinsey from recruiting through onboarding, professional development, and connectivity. We aspire to:

  • Attract Black talent to McKinsey through recruiting events, interview preparation, and career opportunities, such as the Sophomore Summer BA program and First Year Leadership Academy
  • Host training workshops for Black colleagues, ensuring they have the opportunity to grow and step into leadership positions at the firm
  • Organize an annual conference to foster both peer and mentoring relationships within the Black community at McKinsey
  • Help set McKinsey’s agenda for supporting the Black community—for example, through the creation of Our 10 Actions toward racial equity
  • Partner with other organizations supporting Black talent, including AfroTech and the National Black MBA Association
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Our Impact Beyond McKinsey

In addition to our internal efforts, we want to create opportunities for the advancement of Black leaders and professionals outside of McKinsey. Some examples include:

  • Launching the McKinsey Institute for Black Economic Mobility, a research institute dedicated to identifying real-world solutions that promote the economic advancement of Black communities across the globe
  • Establishing the Black Leadership Academy to help Black leaders grow their capabilities and achieve their professional aspirations
  • Selecting 35+ not-for-profit organizations to receive a combined total of $5 million in cash donations to help combat racism and support Black communities

Our 10 actions toward racial equity

How we plan to accelerate change within our firm and help combat racism across the world

McKinsey Institute for Black Economic Mobility

Our goal is to inspire, empower, and sustain action that leads to the economic development of Black communities across the globe.
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Our Black Voices

Hearing from members of the Black community is not only self-evident in its power but also necessary. Our colleagues share perspectives on their Black experience—in the workplace and beyond.

Opportunities to meet us

McKinsey is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment. We’re looking forward to getting to know you.

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This year’s progress in Black hiring

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