Diana Dosik is a principal in the BCG Henderson Institute (2015-2016), supporting the research of BCG Fellows. She joined the firm’s New York office as a summer associate in 2005, starting full-time in fall 2006.
Diana has done significant work in organizational behavior and culture change, most recently in the health care space. Case examples include behavior change and reorganization at a leading health care company, developing innovative partnerships for the R&D division of a large pharmaceutical company, redesigning a large function for a New York financial institution, reimagining the marketing and promotion capability of a top music conglomerate, and creating a structural reorganization and business attraction strategy for the city of Newark, New Jersey.
Diana graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Yale University with a BA in the history of science and medicine. She also holds an MBA from Harvard Business School.