L.E.K. Consulting promotes 12 new partners in US

11 January 2023 Consulting.us 5 min. read
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L.E.K. Consulting, a Boston-headquartered strategy consulting firm, elected 22 new partners across its global operations, including a dozen in the United States.

"We are delighted to announce our newest L.E.K. partners and recognize their outstanding contributions and commitment to ensuring that L.E.K. consistently delivers outstanding results for our clients across sectors, industries and regions," said Clay Heskett, global managing partner at L.E.K. "We congratulate them on this accomplishment and look forward to the impact that they will bring to our clients, the mentorship that they provide for our people and their contributions to the continued strong growth of our firm."

L.E.K. Consulting promotes 12 new partners in US

L.E.K.'s new US partners are:

Muneeb Balbale (healthcare, New York) advises corporate and private equity clients on healthcare technology and tech-enabled services, with significant experience in a wide range of growth strategy, data strategy, M&A advisory, due diligence, and strategy activation engagements across providers, payers, and life sciences.

Frazer Dorey (healthcare, New York) advises clients on a range of strategic and operational issues, with a focus on growth strategy, market opportunity assessment and operational change for healthcare provider organizations. He has broad experience with healthcare provider organizations across a range of specialties and engagement types.

Jeff Holder (life sciences, San Francisco) has deep experience in helping clients develop, manufacture, supply, and enable advanced therapeutic modalities, including cell and gene therapies. Holder has expertise in the life science tools, bioprocessing, biopharma services and diagnostics space with a particular focus on growth strategy, portfolio planning, new product opportunities and business development support.

Claire Morgan (retail and consumer, Boston) has deep sectoral expertise managing and directing client engagements in corporate and business unit strategy, channel management, consumer segmentation, and merger and acquisition transaction support.

Jon Moss (industrials, Boston) has experience across the full packaging value chain with both organic and inorganic growth strategy development, market assessment, commercial resourcing model development, and buy- and sell-side transaction advisory. He has particular expertise in healthcare packaging and plastics.

Chuck Reynolds (digital, Boston) has extensive experience in digital strategy across various areas, including digital commerce, customer engagement, agile, direct-to-consumer, data, and the application of AI/ML, with particular expertise in digital strategies that enhance growth and profitability through customer engagement.

Alex Rogalski (industrials, Boston) has 12 years of consulting experience with a focus on industrial equipment and technology and automotive and mobility. He has advised clients on corporate and business unit strategy development as well as merger and acquisition transaction support. Prior to joining L.E.K., Rogalski worked for an investment management consulting firm focused on supporting institutional investors with strategic planning and portfolio construction discussions.

John Rutan (organization and performance, Boston) joined the firm in 2012 and works with global private equity and corporate clients across industrial manufacturing, business services, pharmaceuticals, building products, energy, and freight sectors. He has extensive experience in organization strategy and mergers and acquisitions, including post-merger integration and commercial excellence.

Sam Shinner (technology, San Francisco) has been with the firm for over 10 years, advising martech, fintech, and edtech clients on a range of key strategic decisions, including go-to-market model, pricing and packaging, new market entry, M&A and corporate strategy development.

Dan Tedeschi (consumer, Boston) has over 10 years of experience managing and directing client engagements spanning growth strategy, strategic planning, omni-channel strategy, and digital strategy. His industry expertise includes home products, B2B retail and brand services, adtech, and martech. Prior to joining L.E.K., Tedeschi served five years as a Captain in the United States Marine Corps.

Doug Van Wie (healthcare services, Boston) has extensive experience helping payers, providers and private equity investors in the healthcare space maximize value through growth strategy and opportunity assessment.

Rozy Vig (healthcare services, San Francisco) has experience across corporate strategy and M&A support with a focus on the provider care continuum including health systems, post-acute and long-term care, at-home care, primary and urgent care, as well as specialty care. Her work covers both corporate strategy as well as M&A support on both the buy- and sell-side.

L.E.K.’s new partners in its international offices are:

Arnaud Bauer, Singapore; Bronswe Cheung, London; Jack Duckworth, London; Ashwin Goel, Mumbai; Philippe Gorge, Paris; Ian Kershaw, Sydney; Clayton Souza, São Paulo; Manoj Sridhar, Melbourne; William Tite, London; and Grace Wang, Shanghai.

Founded in 1983 by three former Bain & Company partners, L.E.K. has grown to more than 1,600 people in the Americas, Europe, and Asia-Pacific. The firm provides consulting in strategy, M&A, operations, sales and marketing, and digital, among other areas.