Kedra Newsom Reeves is a core member of the Financial Institutions and Social Impact practices at Boston Consulting Group. She has deep experience and expertise at the intersection of people, operations, and technology. Her work has focused on the design and implementation of strategic operating models in asset management, banking, and social services. In addition to her work with clients, she has co-authored multiple publications on the topics of financial inclusion, community investment, and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues, including a TED talk on the wealth gap, in an effort to change the narrative around social impact.

Kedra was recently recognized by Savoy Magazine as one of Corporate America’s most influential Black executives. At BCG, she also serves as a member of the Global Asset Management Leadership Team, a Center for Illinois’ Future board member, a co-lead for the Center for Inclusion and Equity and the Great Lakes, and Black+Latinx@BCG Network co-lead for North America. Kedra started her financial services career as a technologist at Merrill Lynch.


  • MBA, Harvard Business School
  • BSc, computer science and engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology