Lane McBride is a member of Boston Consulting Group's Public Sector and People & Organization practices as well as a member of the firm’s education leadership team in the US.

Since joining BCG in 2003, Lane has focused primarily on the education sector, spanning topics such as strategy, organization design and transformation, change management, cost efficiency, performance management, and consumer insight.

Lane’s client work has included supporting the development and implementation of the comprehensive transition plan for the largest school-district merger in US history, between Memphis City Schools and Shelby County Schools. He also led a review of state education spending for a committee appointed by the governor of Delaware and helped carry out the Academic Transformation Plan in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District.

Lane is a coauthor of a BCG paper on education cost efficiency published in Stretching the School Dollar: How Schools and Districts Can Save Money While Serving Students Best (Harvard Education Press, 2010). He is also a coauthor of several BCG publications on technology in education and K-12 resource allocation. Lane has supported BCG’s relationship with global social-impact partner Teach for All.