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Making it work

– Shivanshu studied in the US (twice) before coming back to his home country India (twice), and learned more than he could have imagined along the way, thanks to McKinsey.

Opening the 100th McKinsey office

– Shivanshu studied in the US (twice) before coming back to his home country India (twice), and learned more than he could have imagined along the way, thanks to McKinsey Mentorship.

Take the lead

– Rogerio wanted to make a difference in the public and social sectors. By making his own McKinsey, he is doing just that.

True friendships

– Mim came back to Thailand to learn and have a fun workday, every day.

An upward learning curve

– Andrii experienced McKinsey as the place to combine learning, with travelling and growing.

Advice beyond the McKinsey walls

– Anuradha learned a lot from her mentor. Even though he left McKinsey, he is still a big source of advice for her.

Empowering Middle Eastern talent

– Facilitating edad showed Feras sometimes we make the biggest difference outside of the client setting.

Iron discipline

– Carla combines her tough training schedule with being an engagement manager in Sao Paolo. Read more.

Second chances

– Zoltan moved back to Budapest after studying in Switzerland. Being an entrepreneurial spirit, consultancy was a good match.

First brushes with the flexibility of McKinsey

– Divya, a director of digital delivery in India, learned how McKinsey fit her during big changes in her life.

Building McKinsey Panama

– Julio describes the support he’s received while opening this office.

Going home

– Dennis returns to Kenya to work on exciting projects helping to develop his country.

Breakfast all day every day

– Have breakfast with Katerina, an engagement manager in Prague.

Super social Fridays and work-life balance

– Balancing a full life and making a difference, Maria from Mexico City does it all.

From Silicon Valley to Shanghai

– Yusi joined McKinsey in China after gaining experience in Silicon Valley. Learn more about the parallel he found between the two.

A human centred designer

– Zaana tells how she learned more about designing and life at Digital McKinsey.

Views over Mexico City and doing what you love

– Aldo learned first–hand that doing what he loves makes everything easier.

Coming back to consulting – but only for McKinsey

– Choon, an implementation coach in Kuala Lumpur, is enjoying putting his experience in operations to work at McKinsey.

Mentorship & support

– Mentorship helped Marina find her place in McKinsey Sao Paolo office; then she paid that support forward to Ana.

Why McKinsey, why Prague?

– Miron answers to encourage you to apply for Global Connect, our newest event for graduate students and professionals in N America who want to make a difference in a fast–growing, global market.

Height, vision and diversity

– Liwei, an associate in Beijing, describes how she enjoys all three within Digital McKinsey

A place where you are celebrated

– Farid wants to tell you about our GLAM society in the Jakarta office.

Changing a nation on day 1 (almost)

– Aziz shares what led him to McKinsey Dubai after an MBA at Booth.

Building trust and helping clients explore new opportunities

– Yingjian enjoys his work as a seasoned associate in Tokyo, focused on digital topics. Find out how he's making a difference.

Opening up to adventure

– A choice early in his McKinsey career changed Bill’s path, ultimately making him a global citizen.

Mentorship and meaning

– Uttara returned to McKinsey Mumbai after earning a Harvard MPA for those two things. Join us for Insight Asia-Pacific to see if you’ll find them here, too.

Sanja's surprises

– This junior associate in Zagreb shares three things she learned in her first six months

My McKinsey Family

– Florencia’s biggest surprise: finding colleagues to share her ups and downs throughout life.

Take Time to play

– Joelle describes how she combines her work at McKinsey Dubai with her passion for the theatre.

Experiencing the unexpected

– Discovering I can build a great social/sports life while working full-time at McKinsey.

Adventures at sea

– Similarities between consulting and ocean racing.

Making a big difference through McKinsey Implementation

– Surya came to McKinsey Implementation after 12 years in industry to tackle bigger, broader, more diverse challenges

Shaping the present and future in Africa and the Middle East

– Greg studied in the US and started his career in Morocco. Earlier this year, he moved to Dubai, and he’s doing what he loves: helping shape the present and the future of millions of people.

Dawn the explorer

– Dawn sought out the opportunity to explore a new continent during her third year as a business analyst.

Seaplanes and problem solving, foodie Tiffany experiences it all at McKinsey.

– Meet Tiffany, an implementation facilitator in our Jakarta office. She is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, where she earned her degree in Chemical Engineering. Prior to joining McKinsey, she spent more than three years as an engineer at Chevron Corporation in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Meet Marianela, a senior implementation facilitator in Brazil.

– While no two days are the same –and that’s a good thing – Marianela has found consistent support and learning as a part of McKinsey Implementation in Sao Paulo.

Exploring the world through McKinsey

– Operations expert, Thomas, describes the global adventures that led him to Jakarta.

Being different is an asset, not a liability

– Brata, the first GLAM (LGBTQ at McKinsey) member in Jakarta and the organizer of this year’s Day of Pink celebrations for the office, describes his experiences at McKinsey.

Meet Bontle

– We sat down with Bontle, a Johannesburg-based engagement manager with Digital McKinsey, to learn more about her full life as a consultant and author.

Petroleum Asset eXcellence at McKinsey

– Petroleum specialist Andrey joined our Bucharest office a little less than a year ago and has been inspired by his colleagues and clients.