Managing Director & Partner
Neveen Awad is a core member of the Technology Advantage practice and leadership team at Boston Consulting Group. She focuses on how digital, data, and technology can be used to enable business. She is an expert in large-scale change programs that incorporate a technology component. Neveen leads the Women in Technology initiative in North America and is an active sponsor of the firm’s Women@BCG and Women in Digital initiatives. Neveen is also the office leader for BCG's Detroit office.
Neveen’s client work focuses on digital and technology-enabled transformations in health care, the public sector, and other industries, including industrial goods. She is an expert in technology-enabled transformation, including digital product and program development, operations transformation, and broader large-scale technology programs.
Neveen is committed to the development and growth of her teams and the Detroit office. To that end, she leads CDC for the Detroit office. Prior to joining BCG, Neveen Awad was an Assistant Professor of Information systems at Wayne State University.
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On this episode of "The So What from BCG," Detroit Office Leader Neveen Awad explains why we need women in tech and shares insights from her own journey.
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