Meet our people
Bain is made up of extraordinarily talented individuals and their collective passion for results. And when you join Bain, your teammates' collaborative approach and drive to succeed will encourage your personal achievement on a daily basis. Find a sampling of our employees' profiles here.
Featured profile: Dexter
Consultant, Hong Kong
When it came down to deciding between competing firms, it became immediately obvious the distinctiveness and attractiveness of the culture at Bain. My experience over the past two years has continued to reaffirm that initial impression.
1) You'll meet and work with some of the smartest, most diverse and passionate individuals. In any office, you'll find Bainies from some of the most selective colleges from all over the world, with an assortment of life experiences and interests. Whether it is people of different nationalities, music prodigies, inventors, habitat for humanity volunteers or community activists, you'll constantly be surprised by the diversity of the peer group around you. I came from rather uncommon background having studied Geography and on my first day in the office, I found a fellow Geographer who could relate to my usual undergrad banter.
2) You'll be overwhelmed by the extent of coaching and professional development.
I deeply appreciated the feedback I received during the interview process, and I soon came to realize that coaching and helping each other's professional development was fundamental to the culture at Bain. Over the past two years, I've worked with some of the most patient supervisors, even Managers and Partners who took extra time to coach me on business skills and knowledge, whether it's building a model or teaching Accounting 101. Coming from an Arts background, it was really heartening to know I never felt like people assumed I should know something. Instead, I've been impressed by how patient people have been in investing in my professional development.
3) You can expect a very honest, direct and non-hierarchical culture of communication.
I was initially somewhat skeptical when my interviewer told me at Bain, you can freely walk into a partner and manager's office to express an opinion, solution or just to share your feelings. Two years into Bain, perhaps one of the most definitive elements of the Bain culture which I respect and enjoy the most is this honesty in communication. Bainies are extremely open to feedback and in the same way, you can expect supervisors, managers and partners to be very forthcoming and honest in giving you direct feedback on your performance, all in the interest of helping you develop professionally.
|Name||Role||Joined Bain as||Office|
|James||Senior Associate Consultant||Undergraduate||San Francisco|
|Josh||Associate Consultant Intern||Undergraduate||Dallas|
|Caris||Consultant||Masters degree||Hong Kong|