Manager, GLWC, Boston
When you work at Bain, you become part of a tremendously powerful network for the rest of your career.
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I originally came to Bain as an AC for the people and the opportunity to broadly learn about global business from both the Boston and Sydney offices. The people and culture brought me back to Bain. Working with incredibly smart, talented and fun people who truly care about each other makes it a special place to come every day.
I am passionate about the Women at Bain community. Recruiting and retaining women is vitally important to our clients and to our continued success. I am honored to be leading such an important initiative for the firm.
My favorite case
I love helping women think about how to make the Bain experience fit their unique needs. Whether it's transferring to a different geography, focusing on an industry, finding the right externship, or utilizing one of our expanding array of flexible work opportunities, we encourage all Bainies to truly "Build Your Own Bain."
My perspective on diversity at Bain
Starting at the very top of the firm, Bain is absolutely committed to making it the best place for the most talented women to build a career. As Manager of the Global Women's Leadership Council I work with a global group of women Partners and local office Women's Champions on a robust women's program. In my role, I lead our women's recruiting, training, flexible opportunities, sponsor, and communication efforts. The Women at Bain Network cuts across the global offices with opportunities to connect through the bi-annual Women's Summit, the Women's Experience Center intranet site, global training events and local office activities.
A final thought
I rejoined Bain after 9 years in financial services and philanthropy. When you work at Bain, you become part of a tremendously powerful network for the rest of your career. I originally joined Bain for the incredible people and I rejoined Bain for the incredible people.