Tina's perspective

Tina is an Associate Partner in our Taipei office
Tina joined McKinsey in 2001 as a Business Analyst in the Boston office, and spent time in the Shanghai office before transferring to Taipei. Tina primarily served consumer packaged goods clients before taking a non-consulting role for a couple of years. Now back in consulting as an Associate Partner, she is exploring new industries and local client opportunities so she can spend more time at home with her husband and two young children, Olivia and Owen. Tina holds undergraduate and law degrees from Harvard University.

Recent perspectives

A leadership development project and travel on my own terms

I have a lot of updates since my last post! On the client front, I have been working with a local client on a very inspiring project.  For this engagement, we launched a leadership development program for our client’s entire top executive team—quite different from a traditional McKinsey strategy project.  

Progress with my local program

– Writing this blog post is my last work item before I head off to meet my family for a long weekend. I just wrapped up a meeting with a client with an interesting history, which I’ll get to in a moment.
Family portrait Christmas

Exploring entrepreneurial opportunities in Taiwan

– I hope you all had a good end to 2015. I wrapped up an engagement with a banking client and have been doing a lot of client development since then, which has been interesting.
Reading to children

Experimenting with a remote client service model

– Hi everyone, it has been a busy few months for me! As you may recall from my last post, I have switched to a program with (mostly) local clients.
Family portrait

A key to happiness: Looking forward

– Happy spring! I hope that these last few months have been good ones for you. I’ve had a few big changes since my last update.
With my daughter Olivia and my son Owen

Making it work … my way

– If you've read my prior blog entries, you know that I'm the mother of two young children. Balancing work and parenthood is different for everyone.