Andrew Towne

Consultant, Boston Consulting Group

Andrew Towne is a BCG Consultant who earned his JD/MBA from the University of Pennsylvania as a Morgenthau, Friedman, and Institute of Law and Economics Scholar. At Penn, Andrew won a Club National Championship in the Half Marathon and was elected the winner of both the First Year Leadership Prize and the Class of 2001 Leadership Prize. He also co-founded the Purpose, Passion, Principles program which has helped over 1,000 students learn about themselves through a 9 week curriculum of introspection and discussion. Before Penn, Andrew studied international relations at Yale and worked for the CIA in Iraq. He speaks 5 languages, holds a black belt in Tae Kwon Do, and is a Division 1 national champion rower. Andrew has climbed 6 of the “7 Summits,” and last May was lucky to survive the earthquake and avalanche at Mt Everest Base Camp before helping in the rescue efforts.


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Leadership in Action: February 4, 2016 Episode Featured ImageLeadership in Action: February 4, 2016

Hosts Anne Greenhalgh, Michael Useem, and Jeff Klein are joined by Anne McNulty (President, McNulty Foundation) and Andrew Towne (Consultant, Boston Consulting Group) on the Thursday, February 4, 2016 edition of Leadership in Action.

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