Welcome to BCG at Duke University. Here, you will find our campus calendar, a list of your recruiting contacts, and the application procedure for Duke students. We hope you will explore opportunities to learn more about BCG by attending our events and meeting our people.
As Recruiter for Duke University, I am pleased that you are interested in strategy consulting and The Boston Consulting Group. I think that you will find that BCG has a great deal to offer you as a career and life experience.
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Jason Guggenheim joined the Boston Consulting Group in 2001 as a consultant after practicing as an attorney for 3 years in Johannesburg, South Africa. Jason studied at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg and received an undergraduate degree in finance and economics and a graduate degree in law from Oliver Schreiner School of Law at the University of the Witwatersrand.
After leaving BCG in 2002, Jason took a strategy/corporate development role in the Ventures group at Delta Air Lines. In 2004, Jason joined a 4 person team, led by the then-CFO of Delta Air Lines, who took on the restructuring of the bankrupt independent energy provider Mirant Corporation.
Following the emergence from bankruptcy of Mirant Corporation, Jason returned to BCG in 2007 to further his interest in strategy, travel and tourism, and turnaround work. Over the past few years, Jason has focused on cruiseline and airline work, serving clients in both the US and Europe.
Michael Love is a consultant in the Atlanta office. He joined The Boston Consulting Group as an Associate in Washington D.C. in 2006. During this time, Michael worked on projects spanning a wide range of industries, from Consumer Goods to Financial Services, across seven different countries. While he experienced a variety of functional practices, he gained the most experience in strategic planning and operations.
Michael holds a BA with highest distinction in Physics and Economics from the University of Virginia and an MBA from Harvard Business School. He enjoys running, cycling, travelling, and debating every aspect of public policy.
Adam DeWolf, Associate, joined The Boston Consulting Group in 2011. Adam graduated magna cum laude from Duke University, where he majored in Public Policy with a minor in Economics.
Prior to joining BCG, Adam participated in Duke Engage in Trinidad and TDobago, and also worked as a Policy Intern in his local governor's office. More recently, Adam interned for a fund management company in China, exploring the retirement savings market. His interests include soccer, tennis, eating, playing with his adorable puppy, and spending time with friends and family. Adam joined BCG to gain a wide experience across industries and functional areas, to develop an analytical approach to thinking about business, and to work alongside the smartest people in the business world.
Bryan joined the Boston Consulting Group in August 2011 after receiving his degree from Duke University in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Prior to joining BCG, Bryan worked for McKinsey & Company, where he worked on the economic research project on global supply and demand of capital. He also served 2 years in the Republic of Korea Army as a translation specialist at Republic of Korea-United States Combined Forces Command.
Susan joined BCG as a Consultant in 2008 and was promoted to Project Leader in 2010. While at BCG, Susan has worked primarily in the Health Care and Financial Services sector.
Prior to BCG, Susan worked for six years at Northern Trust Company as an Investment Risk Consultant and as a Business Analyst. At Northern Trust company, Susan was promoted to 2nd Vice President and earned the CFA charter. Susan has also worked with the Chicago Public Schools and helped found a charter high school in Chicago.
Susan holds a Master of Business Administration with honors from Duke University with a certification in Health Sector Management. She graduated summa cum laude from Valparaiso University where she received a bachelor's degree in Decision Sciences.
Brian joined BCG in August 2011 and is an Associate in the Washington, DC office. He has focused primarily on the energy and healthcare sectors, including a cost reduction and organizational transformation for a leading US energy retailer. He has also worked on pilot testing and go-to-market strategy for a key new service offering at a national pharmacy chain. Prior to joining BCG, Brian also spent time working in telecom policy and sustainable energy. Brian graduated from Duke University in 2011, where he earned degrees in economics and public policy while serving as president of the ski and snowboard team.
BCG is accepting applications for the Associate position. Apply at http://apply.bcg.com/Duke. The application deadline is January 16, 2013. A complete application includes:
If you have any questions, please email Lan Nguyen at Duke.Recruiting@bcg.com.