Managing Director & Partner
Shelly Trench is a Managing Director and Partner at Boston Consulting Group. She is a global functional leader for BCG’s climate and sustainability business and is also a core member of the firm’s Energy practice.
Shelly has led significant projects on strategy, sustainability, portfolio management, green ventures, innovation, net zero, and cost management. Through her work, Shelly has provided strategic advice to global leaders of the world's largest public and private institutions. She helps shareholders and executives to deliver on corporate priorities through focused functional and operational projects.
She has also been a lead taskforce member for the B20 and country ambassador to the Commonwealth Youth Forum, where she has worked across developed and developing countries.
Shelly is a graduate of Harvard Business School and a Chemical Engineer. She has extensive experience serving regional and global companies in the US, Asia, Middle East, Caribbean.
Almost half of a project’s carbon abatement practices can create cost savings or are zero cost—and emerging biogenic construction technologies could solve the most difficult abatement issues.
Regulators, development banks, and financial institutions hold the key to reaching net zero in the region. How can they approach the transition for the benefit of all stakeholders?
BCG’s Shelly Trench speaks with 3M’s chief sustainability officer, Gayle Schueller, about the policies and technologies that will be needed to ensure broad access to sustainable energy.
Global economic growth is threatening the renewal capacity of our planet. Industries must work together to ensure that future generations can benefit from the natural resources and ecosystem through a circular economy.
Although the oil and gas industry has made significant progress toward greater diversity, much remains to be done to gain the performance and productivity benefits that a diverse workforce provides.