Bain promotes Jackelyn Livesey to partner in Toronto office

09 July 2020 Consulting.ca

Strategy consulting firm Bain & Company has promoted Jackelyn Livesey to partner. The Toronto-based consultant is one of 45 individuals across 27 global offices who were named to Bain’s partnership in the first half of 2020.

Livesey has 12 years of management consulting experience, with expertise in competitive strategy, customer segmentation, brand positioning, strategic pricing, M&A, and organizational/talent strategies. She has experience working with clients in the retail, consumer services, consumer products, and hospitality industries.

Livesey has worked at Bain’s Toronto office since 2012. Prior to that, she spent four years at Deloitte, where she was a senior consultant. She holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and a bachelor’s degree in business from the Ivey Business School at Western University.

The 44 other new partner promotions at Bain’s global offices were:

Sami Abdul Rahman, Dubai
Andre Bolonhini, Sao Paulo
Dan Brenner, Seattle
Christy Browne, Atlanta
Andrea Campagnoli, Singapore
Petr Cermak, Stockholm
Thibaud Chabrelié, Paris
Navneet Chahal, Bangalore
Liam Connolly, Perth
Emmanuel Coque, Paris
Tess Dearing, Boston
Philip Deitemeyer, London
Romain Deleforge, London
Courtney della Cava, San Francisco
Marzio Forlini, Milan
Gustavo Fusoni, Buenos Aires
Patrick Gaddie, Chicago
James Gillies, London
Eric Guraieb, Dubai
Karen Harris, New York
Prashant Iyer, Chicago
Kyoungjun Jang, Seoul
Nadja Kendlbacher, Sydney
Thomas Lagner, Munich
Ben Langner, Berlin
Anne-Laure Malauzat, Dubai
Alex Martynov, London
Yael Mohan, Boston
Florian D Mueller, Dusseldorf
Takashi Ohara, Tokyo
Michelle Paratore, San Francisco
Martin Quinn, Boston
Marcelo Rodriguez, Mexico City
Maximiliano Rotella, Sao Paulo
Joe Scavongelli, Boston
Mayuri Shah, New York
Ed Stone, London
Yukiko Tsukamoto, Tokyo
Jon van der Veen, Washington DC
Daan van Ginneken, San Francisco
Pyry Vauramo, Helsinki
Subash Viroomal, London
Travis Wibracht, Dallas
Nadya Yankovskaya, New York

“We welcome these talented individuals to our leadership team and celebrate their client results as well as their commitment to the values of our firm,” said Manny Maceda, CEO of Bain & Company. “Thirteen of our most recent promotions to partner are women and our newest partner class represents 27 of our global offices.”

The Boston-based firm is one of the prestigious Big Three strategy consulting firms, alongside rivals McKinsey & Company and Boston Consulting Group. Bain has 59 offices in 37 countries, including one Canadian office in Toronto.


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