Seventy-eight Bainees join the partnership

13 January 2022 2 min. read
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Bain & Company has announced a global 2022 partner and expert partner class of 78 people, including 30 in its US offices.

“We congratulate these next generation leaders for their commitment to upholding our firm’s values and delivering on exceptional client results,” said Manny Maceda, Bain’s worldwide managing partner. “These individuals reflect our collective ambition to building a more sustainable, equitable, and inclusive world, joining together our growing global footprint and the broad inclusion and diversity that powers our talent model.”

Over a quarter of the 2022 partner class are women and more than half are based in Bain’s Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) and Asia-Pacific regions, which account for just over half (33) of Bain’s 63 offices worldwide.

Thirty-four of the new senior leader promotions were in the Americas (44%), 26 were in EMEA (33%), and 18 were in Asia-Pacific (23%).

Bain’s new partners and expert partners in the United States are as follows:

Carrie Badanes, Chicago

Bicanic Sanjin, Los Angeles

Dedra Casey, Atlanta

James Cleary, Boston

Anna Cochemé, Chicago

Neysa Colizzi, Chicago

Adam Cox, Dallas

Caitlin Dowling, New York

Doug Fallon, Boston

Arun Ganti, Atlanta

Gregory Geusic, Boston

Kathleen Holtz, Los Angeles

Sushant Khandelwal, Chicago

George Kiwada, Boston

Jared Lapin, Chicago

Kyle Larsen, Dallas

Dan LeClerc, Seattle

Jonathan Mackie, Boston

Hamish Nairn, San Francisco

Rohan Narayen, Silicon Valley

Carla Nasr, New York

Bhavik Patel, New York

Gene Rapoport, Chicago

Josh Sandberg, San Francisco

George Sunderland, Austin

Sabine Toutet, San Francisco

Jordan Walker, Austin

Jue Wang, Silicon Valley

Matt Whittaker, Chicago

Jeroen Zijp, Houston

In addition to the 78 people promoted to partner on January 1, Bain announced that 50 people joined the firm as partners and expert partners in 2021.

The firm has approximately 12,000 employees and annual revenue of $4.1 billion. Bain competes with fellow Big Three firms McKinsey & Company and Boston Consulting Group to advise large organizations on strategy and M&A, operations, sales and marketing, HR, and digital and technology.