Sonya Hoo is a sustainable food systems and agricultural development expert at Boston Consulting Group. She is a core member of the firm's Social Impact, Climate & Sustainability, and Public Sector practices. Sonya works with companies, governments, and foundations/NGOs on strategy development, people and organization, supply chain and operations, and digital and data & analytics, with a strong focus on sustainable food systems and agricultural development.

Sonya's work in sustainable food and agriculture is driven by her desire to deliver meaningful impact, and is informed by her deep understanding of the challenges and opportunities in the agri-food industry. She integrates sustainability with business strategy, focusing on innovative solutions that ensure environmental stewardship while driving business and economic growth.

In particular, Sonya has led engagements helping livestock markets become more sustainable and efficient; developing value chains that balance economic viability with environmental stewardship; leveraging innovation in digital agriculture and agricultural tech for better outcomes; using geospatial analytics to improve data; and advocating for climate resilience, regenerative and sustainable agriculture, and sustainable sourcing.

Sonya's work often intersects with public sector and philanthropic development initiatives, where she advises on policies and programs that support sustainable development goals. Her focus on digital transformation in agriculture has led to innovative approaches that enhance productivity and resilience in farming communities.

Prior to joining the firm, Sonya was a consultant for The Lucas Group (a boutique consulting firm) and a research analyst at the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center.