Nan DasGupta leads Boston Consulting Group's People & Organization practice in Canada, is the People Chair for BCG Canada, and the Leader of the Women@BCG Initiative in North America. She also is a core member of the firm's Financial Institutions practice. Nan has contributed extensively in the Social Impact domain and is one of the leaders of BCG’s Centre for Canada’s Future. In that role, she helps move Canada forward by providing insights and expertise on the country’s most important issues. The centre also aims to convene leaders from the business, government, and nonprofit sectors to work together to achieve impact. 

Nan has taken on several firm leadership roles and currently chairs BCG’s Career Development Committee in Canada and leads the firm’s Women@BCG initiative in North America. Nan also serves on Non-Profit boards: Ivey Advisory Board, LEAP | Pecaut Centre for Social Impact, and CivicAction Leadership Foundation. 

Nan joined BCG in the Toronto office in 1996 and has worked on strategies in growth, sales force productivity, target operating model, and organization. She has worked predominantly in the financial services and consumer retail industries, and is one of the firm’s experts in the topics of customer experience and women in business—both in terms of inclusion in the workforce and targeting women as customers. 

Before joining BCG, Nan worked at General Electric as a project engineer.


  • MBA, Richard Ivey School of Business
  • Master’s degree, electrical engineering, University of Toronto
  • Bachelor’s degree, electrical engineering, McGill University