About Germán

Germán leads McKinsey’s Organization Practice in Mexico and coleads the firm’s Public Sector and Capital Productivity & Infrastructure practices. He focuses on large organizational transformations as well as economic development and infrastructure projects for both the public and private sectors.

Since joining the firm in 2008, he has served clients in Brazil, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Peru, and the United States.

Examples of his recent client work include the following:

  • leading a joint effort between leaders of the public and private sectors of an emerging country to develop a five-year national growth and employment plan, identifying opportunities of up to $10 billion in exports and 600,000 new jobs
  • creating the initial business plan, social cost–benefit analysis, and environmental master plan for an approximately $15 billion, highly regulated transport-infrastructure megaproject
  • designing the strategic plan for a regional economic development program, leveraging existing infrastructure and benefiting a population of approximately 20 million
  • developing a 10-year infrastructure plan for a national healthcare system with over 10 million beneficiaries, identifying savings of approximately $1 billion


University of North Carolina, Kenan–Flagler Business School
MBA, sustainable enterprise

Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM)
BA, business administration
BS, accounting