Bridget McVerry, an experience management consulting leader, has joined AlixPartners as a Los Angeles-based partner in the consultancy’s energy and process industries practice.
McVerry brings 25 years of experience AlixPartners, with a focus on guiding growth and transformation for Fortune 500 clients. She has deep expertise in strategic planning, operational improvement, salesforce effectiveness, change management, and talent management.
McVerry spent the last three years running her independent business consultancy Blue Harbor. Before that, she spent 15 years at Oliver Wyman, where she was latterly a partner in the manufacturing, transportation, and energy practice, and managed senior client relationships.
Prior to entering the consulting industry, McVerry spent four years at investment bank JP Morgan, where she was an associate.
She holds an MBA from Northwestern University and a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and economics from Duke University.“We are delighted to welcome Bridget to AlixPartners,” Steve Deedy, managing director and head of partnership matters at AlixPartners, said. “Her experience and her broad and deep skills will be of tremendous value to our clients in the energy industry and related sectors, many of whom have faced unprecedented disruption in recent years.”
AlixPartners’ energy and process industries practice supports chemical, petroleum, gas, paper, steel, and metal processing companies, as well as renewables developers and traditional utilities. The firm works with clients on reshaping their business models, revenue sources, and cost structures to boost competitiveness.
AlixPartners last year added Irfan Bidiwala and Eric Nelsen as Houston-based managing directors in its energy practice.
Headquartered in New York, AlixPartners delivers services in turnaround and restructuring consulting, performance improvement, mergers and acquisitions, economics, investigations and disputes, technology and digital, and leadership. The firm has over 2,000 professionals across more than 20 cities globally.