David G. Fubini

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David G. Fubini, Director Since September 2013

David Fubini is a Senior Lecturer at Harvard Business School and a Director Emeritus of McKinsey & Company, Inc. In his 32 years with the Firm, he has developed deep experience leading major strategic repositioning of global organizations often accompanied by large scale transactions. Mr. Fubini is the founder and leader of the Firm’s Worldwide Practice supporting transactions, mergers, and integrations. Mr. Fubini and his Practice, focus on enabling clients to architect and execute major transformational programs that accompany large acquisitions, divestitures, and mergers. He has led efforts for nearly a dozen of the 25 largest global transactions over the past several years and has deep experience with a wide array of the leadership and operational challenges that accompany these major strategic programs. Prior to joining McKinsey, Mr. Fubini was an initial member of a small group that was to become the McNeil Consumer Products Company of Johnson & Johnson and helped launch the Tylenol family of products into the OTC marketplace. Mr. Fubini is a member of several of the prominent Boston civic organizations including being on the Executive Committee of: the United Way of Mass Bay, YMCA of Boston, Boston Chamber of Commerce, the Boston Municipal Research Bureau, and the Inner City Scholarship Fund. He is also member of the UMass Amherst Foundation, UMass Eisenberg School of Business Dean’s Committee and a member of the Harvard Business School Dean’s Advisory Council. Mr. Fubini has also, at the request of the Mayor, become one of the 5 members of the Host Committee for Casino Operations in Boston helping negotiate on behalf of the city with Harrah's/Caesar's. Finally, Mr. Fubini is an active member of the Mayor’s Ad hoc Committee on Boston’s Energy Sustainability.