Anat Erlich is an engagement manager based in our Tel Aviv office. Anat joined McKinsey's New York office in 2018 and has focused on serving clients regarding strategy, innovation, and sustainability in the energy sector.
Anat received her MBA at Harvard Business School and a bachelor’s degree in electrical and electronic engineering at Tel Aviv University. Prior to joining the firm, Anat spent more than three years working at an Israeli management consulting firm as a manager in the energy sector, and three years working in R&D for an electronics manufacturer. In addition, she is a member of the Israeli Defense Forces and speaks fluent English and Hebrew.
MAKING MY OWN MCKINSEY
When I joined the firm, I knew I wanted to focus on innovation in energy. Given the breadth and depth of topics McKinsey leads and the clients the firm serves, there are multiple projects I can choose to join on a regular basis. This includes serving the largest organization s in the world on the most advanced and innovative topics such as hydrogen, carbon capture, and storage and biofuels. I am also lucky to collaborate with teams across the globe, learning from experts in a fast-paced, multicultural environment.
As a consultant at McKinsey, you will have endless opportunities to grow and develop professionally. From day one at the firm, you will be assigned a professional development manager who will guide you during your first steps at the firm, as well as support you with staffing and with any challenge you may face. You will also have a partner at the firm who will be responsible for collecting and providing feedback about each of the engagements you take part in. There are many other independent optional opportunities to grow as well. This includes in-person, virtual, and self-paced-online trainings on any topic you can imagine—leadership, financial modeling, energy trading, and more.