About Drew

Drew leads the firm’s global healthcare operations work and our healthcare core capabilities in the Americas, including strategy, operations, marketing and sales, finance, and restructuring. He advises clients across the healthcare value chain on strategy and operations and large employers on healthcare and employer benefits strategies. His views on healthcare operations and strategies have been widely published in many leading periodicals.

Over the past two decades, Drew has driven major transformations at many of the country’s largest public and nonprofit enterprises and achieved step change impact while repositioning those organizations for long-term growth and sustainability.

Prior to joining McKinsey, Drew was an investment banker with Goldman Sachs, specializing in mergers and acquisitions. He is also a Dallas Citizens Council member.

Drew was elected presidential scholar and graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Stanford University.

Published work

How sourcing excellence can lower hospital costs,” McKinsey & Company, February 2010

Past experience

Carlson Capital
Risk arbitrage analyst

Goldman Sachs
Financial analyst, M&A and asset management

Education

Stanford Graduate School of Business
MBA
AB, political science