The Berkeley Partnership promotes Murray Smith to partner

03 July 2024 1 min. read
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The Berkeley Partnership, a London-headquartered management consulting firm, has promoted Murray Smith to partner.

Based in the firm’s New York office, Smith has over 15 years of consulting experience. He has been with the firm since 2020, joining as a management consultant leading large-scale technology and business transformation projects.

Smith has particular expertise supporting global media organizations on IT transformations. He also leads Berkeley's pro bono work with non-profits in New York such as Robin Hood and Father’s Heart Ministry.

Murray Smith, The Berkeley Partnership

Murray Smith, partner at The Berkeley Partnership

Before joining Berkeley, Smith spent nearly 13 years at Accenture, where he was latterly a senior manager working on engagements with public sector and non-profit clients.

He has a master’s degree in political science and government from the University of Edinburgh.

“Berkeley has always given me the space to spend as much time with my clients as needed to create the best impact and experience for them. I am proud to stand by my clients’ side to help them when it matters most, and I am delighted that I can continue to do so as a partner at Berkeley,” Smith said. “I am also excited to continue to build Berkeley’s US presence in my new capacity as partner.”

Founded in 1990, Berkeley has over 150 employees listed on LinkedIn and has offices in London and New York. The firm provides clients in an array of sectors with consulting services in strategy and operating model design, transformation, risk management, organizational effectiveness and change management, and digital and technology.