Kenny

About Kenny

Director, PwC Strategy& - Health Industries

Kenny is a Director on the Health Industries Advisory team in New York City. He is part of PwC's Strategy& (Strategy Consulting) team focused on digital and consumer centric transformation strategies. He completed his graduate studies at Cornell University and undergrad at University of Toronto. He is a food enthusiast and has traveled the globe sampling unique local cuisines.

Kenny's story

  • 2015 Promoted to Director focused on Digital Strategy in Health Industries
  • 2014 Spoke at “Healthcare & Hospitality” hosted by Cornell University
  • 2013 Promoted to Manager
  • 2012 Elected as President of the Strategy& LGBT Business Resource Group
  • 2011 Joined PwC’s Strategy&

Q&A

Q: Why did you choose to join Strategy&?

A:I wanted to work with strategic thinkers that constantly challenged me to be my best, but also work with down-to-earth and relatable colleagues. It’s safe to say I found that environment at PwC Strategy&. I’ve had the opportunity to work with incredible leaders and each of them have unique strengths – analytically savvy, true visionaries, and genuine mentors that have brought out the best in me. I continue to learn and grow every day.

Q: What’s your best career advice?

A: To be intellectually curious. Challenge the conventional way of thinking. Ask the right questions and offer perspectives that promote innovative thought leadership. I would suggest applying this to every situation – no issue is too small. This quality will help you excel in your career by bringing state of the art thinking to your client’s most complex problems.

Q: What have you learned since joining Strategy&?

A: I have grown both professionally and personally due to my experiences at Strategy&. I cannot think of a place that offers more opportunities or more of a support network to help drive success. The skillsets acquired in a consulting environment are priceless – from analytical modeling to C-suite presentations. In consulting, every task is a “lesson learned” that can be applied to professional or personal situations in the future.

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