Founder, Higher Education Practice, and Managing Partner, McKinsey’s Miami Office
Andre Dua is a Senior Partner at consulting giant McKinsey & Co. His expertise lies in company transformation, higher education, economic development, innovation, the future of work, and state and local government. In higher education, he has served more than 35 public and private universities and systems in the US and across the world. His higher education work includes: board governance; academic medical enterprise governance and performance improvement; system, university, and school strategy; center and institute design; research strategy; access and completion; and administrative operations improvement.
Additionally, he was a member of the McKinsey Global Institute Council, McKinsey’s globally renowned think-tank, and he also founded McKinsey Academy, which designs large-scale capability-building programs to unlock the potential of people in leading institutions. Dua was also the convenor of the Taskforce on Higher Education and Opportunity, a group of 37 organizations representing 2.4 million students across the US (including 4-year, 2-year, public, private and HBCUs) focused on expanding opportunity for America’s post-secondary students. He currently serves on the Board of the College Advising Corps and previously served on the boards of the Citizens’ Budget Commission, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership, and the United Way of New York City. Dua holds an LL.M. from the Yale Law School, and holds dual bachelors in economics and law from the University of Sydney.
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