Senior Partner Emeritus & Senior Advisor, McKinsey & Company
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Mr. Sanghvi recently retired as Senior Partner in the Chicago Office of McKinsey & Company and is now a Senior Advisor to the Firm. At various times during his career, he led McKinsey’s Global Agriculture Practice, its Economic Development Practice, and its Chicago location.
Mr. Sanghvi first joined McKinsey in 1986, served for a year at the World Bank in 1991-92, and then rejoined McKinsey. During his career, he split his time between working with private sector clients on growth and performance improvement, poor country governments on end to end ag transformation, and donors on their ag development strategies. Mr. Sanghvi’s current McKinsey activities continue to focus on food security and ag/food sustainability as well as helping serve a few legacy clients on a broader set of issues.
Mr. Sanghvi is, or has been, the lead advisor for the World Economic Forum’s New Vision for Agriculture, a Board member of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, a member of the NY Council on Foreign Relations, a member of the Advisory Committee for USAID, an Advisory Board member for Paine Schwartz Partners, a Board member for the Indo American Center of Chicago, and a Steering Committee member for the African Ag Transformation Initiative.