About Kevin

Kevin leads our Strategy & Corporate Finance Practice in North America. His work focuses on strategy, mergers and acquisitions, and performance transformation across a variety of advanced-industrial subsectors, and he has supported a diversity of related companies on these topics. He is also a leader of our work in advanced industries, including construction equipment, engines, automotive, rail, specialty wheeled vehicles, and industrial controls.

Examples of Kevin’s client experience include helping a leading industrial-products company develop its global product strategy, supporting an advanced-industrial firm with the divestiture of a major business unit, working with another industrial company to identify value-creating platforms and M&A targets, and helping an industrial-components business drastically improve its performance through efforts including a major cost restructuring.

In addition to his client service, Kevin has worked with civic and business leaders to support economic development and job creation in Chicago.

Prior to joining McKinsey, Kevin worked for Ford Motor Company and Eaton.

Published work

How industrial companies can respond to disruptive forces,” McKinsey & Company, April 2018

How OEMs can seize the high-tech future in agriculture and construction,” McKinsey & Company, March 2018


Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management

Northwestern University, McCormick School of Engineering

University of Michigan
MSc, mechanical engineering

Western Michigan University
BSc, mechanical engineering