Arthur D. Little promotes Ben Enejo to partner

25 April 2022 2 min. read
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Management consulting firm Arthur D. Little (ADL) has promoted Ben Enejo to partner in its healthcare and life sciences practice.

Based in Boston, Enejo has more than 15 years of experience in the life sciences industry. He has advised numerous biopharmaceutical firms on strategies to accelerate the development of new medicines through to commercialization. Enejo has area expertise in clinical trial acceleration, R&D transformation, patient and drug safety, and quality and compliance excellence.

Enejo joined ADL’s London office in 2016 as a principal, having previously spent six years at PA Consulting Group, where he was latterly a managing consultant in the healthcare and life sciences practice.

Prior to entering management consulting, Enejo was a patient safety advisor at AstraZeneca and a pharmacovigilance associate at Johnson & Johnson.

Arthur D. Little promotes Ben Enejo to partner

He has an MBA and a master’s degree in molecular medicine from Cranfield University, UK, and a bachelor’s degree in physiology and pharmacology from Nottingham Trent University, UK.

Enejo is one of nine partner promotions across ADL’s global operations.

“I would like to congratulate our nine new partners, who have worked hard and smart to become true entrepreneurs,” Ignacio Garcia Alves, chairman and CEO of Arthur D. Little, said. “Each promotion is richly deserved, and we are extremely grateful for the role they have played in the firm. At ADL we place tremendous value on our people. These nine colleagues have shown they are ready for the next step of their careers, and we are truly excited as they enter into their era of partnership.”

ADL provides consulting in strategy, operations, finance, digital transformation, technology, and risk, among other areas. The Brussels-based firm has more than 1,200 employees across Europe, the Americas, the Middle East, and Asia.

ADL has US offices in Boston, Houston, New York, and San Francisco.

The firm last year acquired Meridian Advisory Group (MAG), a Princeton, NJ-based management consulting firm specializing in media and telecom.