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Greg Borel
London, England
MBA, Kellogg
Booz & Co
Borel & Woodhouse

Anne-Charlotte Windal
New York, NY
MBA, Columbia
Boston Consulting Group
L Brands
Bernstein Research
ACW Consulting
Haley Wright
New York, NY
MA, Baylor
Booz & Co
BNY Mellon
Wilmer Cutler
Independent Consultant
Nicola Purrello
Sicily, Italy
McKinsey & Co
Independent Consultant
Christy Johnson
Seattle, WA
MBA & MaED, Stanford
McKinsey & Co
Artemis Connection, Inc.
Martin M. Kargl
Vienna, Austria
MBA, Vienna U. of Econ. & Bus.
McKinsey & Co
Agrana International
VIQOY Restaurants
Independent Consultant
Bruce Shaw
Dallas, TX
MBA, Dartmouth
McKinsey & Co
Holly Energy Partners
Independent Consultant
Lisa Carlin
Sydney, Australia
McKinsey & Co

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Leff, Ilene So wonderful to be among like-minded colleagues for learning, improving our practices, getting to know one another and having fun.

Ilene Leff

McKinsey alum

As a veteran of four Top Tier events, I can say that Will and Umbrex always bring relevant and timely topics for building a high quality consulting practice.

Geoff Wilson

McKinsey alum

Top Tier is a "must go to" event - a unique combination of networking, learning, reflecting and just plain good fun! I leave with renewed personal and professional relationships, new ideas to run my practice and new content for my clients.

MaryKate Scott

McKinsey alum

I learned enough in two of the sessions to pay for the opportunity cost of the event several times over.

Jamie Campbell

McKinsey alum

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Joachim Fischer

McKinsey alum

Absolutely fantastic professional development—just what I was missing as an independent!

Eli Diament

McKinsey alum

Umbrex provides a community of like-minded independent consultants who want to make an impact not only with their clients, but also within themselves and their communities.

Mark Gomez

Bain alum

Umbrex is a unique resource, with extraordinary value for consultants and clients. I talk to (and work with) a lot of consultants, consulting networks and, of course, clients. While most consulting networks are a loose amalgamation of firms or consultants under a common banner, Umbrex is something quite different—a vetted community.

David A. Fields

David A. Fields, author of The Irresistible Consultant's Guide to Winning Clients

The Umbrex community is vibrant and supportive, events are top-notch, and the content is just superior.

Romain Ichbiah

Booz alum

Thought Leadership

Seven Strategies to Rule them All

Posted Nov 19, 2018

Kaihan Krippendorff identifies seven strategic and inspirational moves in chess and applies them to business.

United We Stand

Posted Nov 18, 2018

Susanna Freer Epstein offers a short note on courage and a welcome reminder on the importance of unity.

How to Implement Visual Management

Posted Nov 17, 2018

Tim Fisk provides three simple visual management methods that will help you understand how your department or project is running.

Leadership, Trust, and Self-Orientation

Posted Nov 16, 2018

Mark Ledden tackles the issue of self-orientation and how it affects unilateral problem solving, systems awareness, and the ability to reconstruct multiple perspectives.

Unleashed Podcast

Episode 112: Chris McKenna on The World’s Newest Profession: Management Consulting in the Twentieth Century

11/19/2018 Our guest today is Christopher McKenna, a Reader in Business History and Strategy at Said Business School at the University of Oxford. Chris is the author of The World’s Newest Profession: Management Consulting in the Twentieth Century, which was an absolutely eye-opening book for me, and I’d say is a must-read for any management consultant interested in the history of our profession. Read full episode