Tiffany Burns is the Managing Partner of the Atlanta Office, and a leader in McKinsey & Company’s global Consumer Practice.
She works with apparel, consumer, and retail clients to design and implement enterprise-wide and functional transformations. Tiffany has worked with several of the world’s leading retailers as part of transformational programs to drive efficiency from the store floor to the supply chain. She also helped develop McKinsey’s perspective on the “store of the future,” which focused on identifying key technologies across the customer and associate retail journey, and testing live use cases in the Modern Retail Collective, a technology-enabled store in Mall of America.
In addition to her client work, Tiffany helped lead the creation of McKinsey’s 10 Actions toward racial equity, which is a portfolio of initiatives and efforts to improve racial equity within the firm and around the world. Most recently, Tiffany helped to architect McKinsey’s Next 1B program, a business accelerator program for Black founders to build $1B businesses, which has impacted over 200 founders to date.
Tiffany is also an active member of the Atlanta philanthropic community, serving on the board of the Woodruff Arts Center, Leadership Atlanta, The Georgia Tech Athletic Association and as the cofounder of the Rising Seniors Foundation.