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Welcome to BCG's Alumni Network

Once a BCGer, Always a BCGer

Past and current BCGers are part of the same family, which is why we remain committed to your success long after you have left the firm. Our tools will help you strengthen relationships, facilitate networking, and foster the exchange of ideas within the BCG community. Want to take part in the current BCG experience? Follow your colleagues' stories, stay updated on the latest news, and get inspiration from our online resources.

Worldwide Alumni Day 2021

We hope you were able to join one of our ~40 WWAD celebrations in your local cities to reconnect with BCG and our Alumni community.

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Alumni Spotlight

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A Healthy Approach to Entrepreneurship

The founder and CEO of Yishi Foods, Lin Jiang (Boston, 2016–2019), shares reflections on BCG experiences, her advice on female entrepreneurship, and her passion for making nutritious food that is grounded in traditional Eastern wisdom.

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Life Is an Adventure

Sarah Rowell (former project leader, London) is the CEO of Kantola, a US-based e-learning company that offers trainings on harassment prevention and diversity, equity, and inclusion. She sat down with BCG to discuss her adventures in Africa, lessons from consulting, and story-based learning for adults.

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Dare to Think Differently

Mark Baumgartner, a former project leader from BCG’s Atlanta office, is now the chief investment officer at the Carnegie Corporation of New York. He sat down with BCG to discuss investing, the nonprofit space, and the wisdom that helped his team navigate the pandemic.

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BCG Laid the Foundation for Freedom in My Career

Yan Lou, a former principal from BCG’s Beijing office, is now the president of PADI (the Professional Association of Diving Instructors) China. She sat down with BCG to discuss her career path, environmental conservation, and what inspires her.

Alumnae Network Facts and Figures

We celebrate all of our incredible BCG women, past and present—and what better time to commemorate them than during Women’s History Month. Our impressive alumnae community is leading global organizations across the public and private sectors, including industry, academia, nonprofits, and startup ventures.

Alumni Share Their Favorite BCG Memories

My favorite BCG memory was when we commemorated the 20th anniversary of my associate class with a reunion in the Boston office. Our BCG experience was truly a transformational one for us all and getting together was a highlight of my year.
- Former Principal BCG
BOS (2005-2010)

My best BCG memory was building a business plan for a non-profit organization supporting COVID-19 initiatives where I was really able to see the difference we were making in the world.
- Former Consultant BCG
DET (2018-2020)

My favorite BCG memory is the camaraderie of the office, which is second to none. The friendships made and knowledge gained whilst working in the Auckland office will forever be with me.
- Former Assistant BCG
AUC (2007)

My favorite BCG memory is visiting the San Francisco office for alumni panels and happy hours. Even though I never worked out of this office, I still feel really close to BCG.
- Former Consultant BCG
SAO (2008-2013)

My best BCG memories are probably the late dinners we used to share once long and hard cases had been dealt with, bringing us together with the satisfaction of accomplished work.
- Former Senior Associate BCG
PAR (2012-2014)

My favorite BCG memory was shooting a video for a global meeting with my team. I had never expected to dance at the office.
- Former Knowledge Assistant BCG
TOK (2016-2017)

My best BCG memories are all related to people: My cohort, my mentors, my teams, and everyone who worked in the offices where I have hung my hat over the years, who were always willing to help one another. To me this is what BCG is all about and what has made BCG a home for many years.
- Former Project Leader BCG
MUN (2008-2017)

My best memories of BCG are of engaging with my colleagues on Fridays back at the Dallas office, sharing case experiences, playing foosball and learning something new every day.
- Former Consultant BCG
DAL (2006-2009)

BCG Alumni Take the Stage at TED@BCG

TikTok, Instagram, Snapchat -- and the Rise of Bite-sized Content

TikTok, Instagram, Snapchat -- and the Rise of Bite-sized Content

TikTok, Instagram, Snapchat -- and the Rise of Bite-sized Content

The Basics of AI for Business

The Basics of AI for Business

A Forgotten Space Age Technology Could Change How We Grow Food

A Forgotten Space Age Technology Could Change How We Grow Food

Two Reasons Companies Fail -- and How to Avoid Them

Two Reasons Companies Fail -- and How to Avoid Them

How to Foster Productive and Responsible Debate

How to Foster Productive and Responsible Debate

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