Elfrun von Koeller joined The Boston Consulting Group in 2007 in Hamburg, Germany and transferred to New York in 2011. She is a core member of BCG's Consumer, Operations, and Corporate Development practices and an expert on supply chain strategy for consumer packaged good companies. Elfrun has been a leader in expanding BCG’s CPG operations portfolio

At BCG, Elfrun has worked with clients across many impulse-driven and center-store categories, such as cookies and crackers, hair care, chewing gum, salad dressing, frozen food, vitamins and supplements, and sports and active nutrition. Her casework with global food and beverage and other consumer goods companies, has covered topics such as innovation, corporate venture capital, transformation, complexity reduction, supply chain benchmarking and transformation, consumer research, growth, and go-to-market strategy including direct store delivery (DSD).

Elfrun was recognized as BCG’s 2017 Working Mother of the Year for 2017 by Working Mother magazine recognizing highly visible role models who are able to balance career goals and a strong commitment to family.

Prior to joining the firm, Elfrun volunteered at El Centro de la Nina Trabajadora (CENIT) in Quito, Ecuador.


  • MBA, Columbia Business School
  • MSc, economics, WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management


  • Working Mother of the Year, BCG, 2017, Working Mother magazine