Managing Director & Partner
Tejus Kothari is a core member of Boston Consulting Group's Public Sector and Social Impact practices, and an expert in education, employment, and welfare. He has extensive experience supporting higher education institutions, state and local governments, large employers, investors, and foundations as they drive impact in the rapidly changing education and “future of work” landscape. He has recently been concentrating on transformative programs in workforce development, innovation and economic competitiveness, broadband, and cybersecurity.
Tejus has spent time working in BCG’s Southeast Asia system, was part of the founding team of a successful digital education startup, and currently serves on the board of BCG’s Center for Illinois’ Future.
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