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We believe our firm has an opportunity, and a responsibility, to use its knowledge and capabilities to help solve the country’s most pressing economic and social issues.
James McKinsey founded McKinsey & Company in Chicago in 1926, ushering in a new profession to help business leaders solve their most important challenges. Today, we are a laboratory for knowledge creation, new practices, and evolving client-service models. McKinsey contributes significantly to the American economy throughout the United States, serving the largest American companies, entrepreneurial firms, and public institutions in order to accelerate economic growth and job creation and revitalize our cities. We work to transform our clients’ performance distinctively and sustainably, building new capabilities enabled by innovative technology. We are deeply committed to engaging with leading academic, civic, and not-for-profit institutions to support and sustain the communities in which we live and work.


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Our societal impact

Driving an inclusive economy

Amid the challenges of 2020 and into 2021, McKinsey colleagues thought deeply and acted decisively to help our firm scale its impact and be a force for good in a time of great need. In the United States, our societal impact centers on educating and upskilling the workforce; bridging the gender, diversity, and inclusion gap; promoting mental wellness; and supporting universal food and nutrition security. These themes, and the impact we are having in each, reflect our distinctiveness, reinforce our purpose, and remind us who we are and what we stand for.

Our Work

We combine McKinsey’s global expertise with deep local insights to help our clients create Change that Matters.

Reimagining the real estate industry for the next normal

How one real-estate developer’s focus on digital reinvention before coronavirus is helping it navigate the current crisis and beyond.


Working in the United States

We look for exceptional people with outstanding capabilities who are focused on making a lasting difference at the firm, for our clients, and in the world. Be a part of a team that accelerates your growth and broadens your horizons.

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McKinsey commits $15 million to support Black-owned businesses and help fuel economic development

– Our contribution will help the Black Economic Development Fund invest in Black-owned financial institutions, businesses, real estate developers, and anchor institutions across the US.
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Mapping the Black experience in film and TV

– Meet Nony Onyeador, a McKinsey consultant and writer at heart whose research aims to help create change in the entertainment industry.
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Meet our next global managing partner: Bob Sternfels

– The California native has led our global client capabilities network for the past several years. He will become the 13th leader of McKinsey since our 1926 founding.
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Behind Roberto Uchoa’s work to fight hunger and strengthen food banks

– Meet a senior partner who helps food banks better serve their communities through analytics, reskilling, and more.

Featured Insights

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The economic state of Black America: What is and what could be

– Closing racial gaps across the economy is not only about righting historic wrongs. It is also about choosing a more dynamic future and realizing the full potential of a massively underutilized source of talent, to the benefit of all Americans.

Unequal America: Ten insights on the state of economic opportunity

– The inaugural McKinsey American Opportunity Survey spotlights Americans’ views on economic opportunity, the obstacles they face, and the path ahead to create a more inclusive economy.
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Building a more competitive US manufacturing sector

– A fresh sense of urgency and new opportunities could give the sector momentum.

Race in the workplace: The Black experience in the US private sector

– Advancing racial equity in the workplace is a system-level challenge—ranging from the structural inequities of geography to underrepresentation in industries and jobs that could create additional opportunity to the behaviors of the workplace itself.

Achieving an inclusive US economic recovery

– COVID-19 has most affected workers who were already vulnerable. Unless bold action is taken, the postpandemic recovery will further exacerbate inequality.

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