Dana is the global cohead and European leader of our People & Organizational Performance Practice. She first joined McKinsey in New York in 1998. After 10 years in the United States, she transferred to the Israel office, where she was our office Managing Partner from 2011 to 2021.
From 2015 to 2017, Dana led our work on transformational change across Africa, Europe, and the Middle East. Most recently, she led our work on talent around the globe. Passionate about talent and leadership, Dana has guided many organizations through the process of establishing leadership-development platforms for top executives and has helped architect capability-building programs to reskill employees for changing workforce needs.
Whether working in aerospace, financial services, pharmaceuticals, or telecommunications, she has helped clients pursue successful large-scale operational and organizational transformations and successful M&A integrations.
Dana is active in knowledge creation and publishing, and took a major role in the research the firm undertook to build an effective understanding of talent management around McKinsey’s 2018 book, Talent Wins.
In her current leadership role, Dana is focused on ensuring holistic impact for our clients. This work includes helping leaders define a clear purpose and design a fast and flexible operating model to deliver it. Taking talent as a source of value, she sets people strategies so that organizations have the right skills for now and for the future. And she supports initiatives to shape healthy cultures, shift mindsets, and motivate new behaviors. The end goal is organizational transformations that are both successful and sustainable.