Sharon Marcil is Boston Consulting Group’s chief marketing officer and the global chair of BCG’s client team. She serves on BCG’s operating committee as well as the executive committee of the global board of directors. She is the head of BCG FED, the entity that runs the U.S. federal government business for the firm. Sharon formerly ran the BCG global consumer business.
Since joining BCG in 1993, Marcil has led transformation efforts at some of the world’s largest private and public sector organizations, including assisting the largest global health care and consumer companies on post-merger integrations and restructuring efforts, and assisting key entities in the public sector with transformation and restructuring efforts. She has been a leader in bringing corporate best practices to the federal government sector, helping change agents in government lead transformation efforts at many agencies. She has also worked with the Partnership for Public Service’s Center for Presidential Transition since 2011. She was named by Consulting Magazine as one of the “Top 25 Most Influential Consultants” and one of five “Women Leaders in Consulting.”
Prior to joining BCG, Marcil worked for Goldman Sachs & Co. in mergers and acquisitions.
Marcil is a board member of BCG’s Center for Public Impact, the Duke Trinity College board of visitors, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Marcil received a B.A. in economics from Duke University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.