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Emily Yueh

Partner, New York
Brings deep expertise in helping companies sustain change through upskilling and reskilling leaders and front-line teams

About EMILY

Emily is a leader of McKinsey’s Organization Practice, where she leads our work in healthcare. She is one of the original founders of McKinsey Academy—a part of the firm dedicated to helping clients build capabilities at scale, from executives to front-line employees.

For the past 15 years, Emily’s work has focused on leading large transformations at scale, including mergers and divestitures, integrations, growth and value-creation strategies, cash and service operations optimization, and regulatory risk mitigation. Emily brings deep expertise in helping companies sustain change through upskilling and reskilling leaders and front-line teams.

Emily has led work globally across North America, Europe, and Asia. Currently, Emily leads the Asians at McKinsey community in North America and is committed to supporting and celebrating diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

Prior to joining McKinsey, Emily was an early employee at comScore Networks and Publicis. Emily was also a Mellon Fellow.

Published work

Reimagining how life sciences work will be done in the next normal,” McKinsey & Company, October 2020

COVID-19 and advancing Asian American recovery,” McKinsey & Company, August 2020

Two partners discuss the impact of COVID-19 on Asian Americans,” blog entry, McKinsey & Company, August 2020

Finding hidden leaders,” McKinsey Quarterly, December 2016

Managing when vendor and supplier risk becomes your own,” McKinsey Quarterly, July 2013 

Education

University of Chicago Booth School of Business
MBA, finance, strategic management

Carleton College
BA, economics, political science