As one of the Boston Consulting Group's top leaders, Sharon has been involved in some of the world's most important business transformations. Now she'll offer an exclusive view of her career as a leader who offers guidance and expertise to corporate executives, government officials, and nonprofit boards of directors, all while balancing a demanding career in consulting as a mother.
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Managing director, senior partner, and North America chair at the Boston Consulting Group
Sharon Marcil leads BCG in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. She previously served as BCG’s chief marketing officer, the chair of BCG’s global sales team, and the head of BCG’s Federal Government team.
Since joining BCG in 1993, Sharon has helped transform some of the world's largest private and public sector organizations, including the largest health care and consumer products companies on post-merger integrations and restructuring efforts. She has brought corporate best practices to the public sector, helping change agents bring innovation to government entities.
Sharon has worked with the Partnership for Public Service’s Center for Presidential Transition since 2011, and currently serves on the Partnership’s board of directors. She was named by Consulting Magazine as one of the “Top 25 Most Influential Consultants” and one of five “Women Leaders in Consulting.” Sharon is a board member of the Duke Trinity College board of visitors. Prior to joining BCG, Marcil worked for Goldman Sachs in mergers and acquisitions. Marcil received a BA in economics magna cum laude from Duke University and an MBA from Harvard Business School with distinction.