Executive Assistant, Tel Aviv
At BCG, Seekers go deep into the challenging issues our clients face. Their curiosity empowers our teams to facilitate change and add value to society. Einat connects the dots to see the bigger picture.
I am always amazed by how BCG leadership constantly invests in and succeeds at forming a unique, distinct, and innovative organization.
My background is very diverse. I have studied and worked in fields like art and industrial design, finance, computer programming, philosophy, and education. This has enabled me to have a creative and practical point of view when approaching challenges and goals.
Being at BCG in Tel Aviv has given me the opportunity to be a member of a growing and developing team in which I can incorporate my skills and experience.
At BCG, I have found that people at all levels are down-to-earth, and everyone is involved in the learning and improvement process. The team is always ready to share and listen to opinions and input. Being surrounded by many bright colleagues, I feel like I’m always in "self-development mode."
Prior to joining BCG, Einat held positions as web developer and controller in the US private sector. She holds a meditation instructor certificate and is currently studying education leadership at the Open University.
Q: What did you learn in your first year on the job?
A: I learned the great benefit of teamwork and how it has contributed to my growth.
Q: Why did you decide to work at BCG?
A: I was offered this job after living for some time in California, so BCG was the perfect match in terms of international standards and language. Furthermore, when I joined BCG in Tel Aviv, the office had just opened, and it was an opportunity to be part of a creative team right from the beginning.
Q: What are you reading right now and why is it interesting?
A: Right now I am reading To Meet the Real Dragon by Gudo Wafu Nishijima, who was a master teacher of Soto-Zen Buddhism. The author of this book, unlike most other masters who were monks, built a family and kept his day job—something that is fascinating to me.