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Bain & Company Recruits a New Sustainability Partner From BlackRock

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Debra McCoy

Debra McCoy. Image credit: The League of American Orchestras

Debra McCoy has rejoined Bain & Company as a Partner in its global Sustainability & Corporate Responsibility practice.

Based out of San Francisco, McCoy will advise clients on the implementation of operational decisions as well as strategic investing tactics that use stakeholder, governance, and environmental considerations to produce enduring results.

McCoy started her career at Bain, but most recently served as a Managing Director and Head of Sustainable Investing at BlackRock. She has also held global development investing and research roles at Stanford University, environmentally aware infrastructure investing roles at a sovereign wealth group, and institutional and global consumer banking roles at a multinational bank.

Outside of her day-to-day job McCoy is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and is a member of the Board of Governors of the San Francisco Symphony.

"She brings multiple vantage points, through her expertise in investing as well as her experience working across the private sector, academia, nonprofits and government,” Jenny Davis-Peccoud, the Co-Head of Bain's Global Sustainability & Corporate Responsibility practice, said in a press release. “This will make her a valuable addition to Bain's longstanding global network of sustainability experts.

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