Uplifting Women at BCG

All In This Together

Success never comes from sitting still or standing alone. Our global Women@BCG network offers best-in-class programs in career development, mentorship, and networking to help women in consulting and beyond excel personally and professionally. One of our highest priorities is facilitating the growth, representation, and advancement of women at our firm. We are encouraged by our progress and excited about what the future holds as we enhance opportunities, the BCG experience, and work-life integration for all BCGers.
Recognition and Awards
Best Companies for Women
We’re honored to be named one of Fairygodboss’ Best Companies for Women in 2021. The list is 100% based on feedback from women on our team, and we’re proud to be an employer that women enjoy working for. 
Working Mother Magazine
100 Best Companies

For the 14th year in a row, Working Mother Magazine named BCG one of it's “100 Best Companies” for parents and recognized BCG Managing Director and Partners Emily Kos and Tom McCaleb as a “2020 Working Mother of the Year,”  and a “2020 Working Dad of the Year,” respectively.
Best Companies for Women and Diversity
At BCG, our group’s diversity of thought, background, and expertise makes us stronger as a whole. We are proud to be named one of Comparably’s “Best Companies” for woman and diversity in 2020.
Consulting Magazine
Women Leaders in Technology
BCG Managing Director and Partner Mary Martin has been named one of Consulting Magazine's "2020 Women Leaders in Technology," sharing that, "It recognizes the innovation that we as DigitalBCG are bringing to the table, as a team, across our global organization."
Workplaces that Work for Women
BCG has been recognized by Catalyst for the role Women@BCG has played in increasing the number of women employees in senior leadership roles and for creating a more effective work environment at all levels.
Best Companies for Women
We are proud to be recognized as an employer working towards gender equity by Fairygodboss. Our approach to workplace culture goes beyond the surface to create an environment that encourages sustainable and satisfying careers for all.

Powerful Progress For Women at BCG

Our Women@BCG agenda—to increase the number, success, and satisfaction of women at the firm—is making strong gains. 40% of our firm's new hires for consulting positions are women.
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From Boston to Beijing and Munich to Mumbai, women at BCG seek out opportunities to create unique and personalized paths. There’s unlimited opportunity for growth, and the ownership and empowerment to make it happen. You can choose a path to follow—or create your own.
Supporting Your Success
Through Women@BCG, we offer global best-in-class career development, mentorship, and networking programs to help you excel—personally and professionally. Meetings, conferences, and forums connect you to a rich network of other successful women at BCG. Programs like Segment of One program, A Better Way to Work, and Apprenticeship in Action focus on a better workplace, sustainable culture, and flexible ways of integrating work and life. 
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A Race Worth Winning
Research shows that women make up 36% of university graduates in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) disciplines and only 25% of the STEM workforce. The gap widens at the top of the corporate world, where just 9% of STEM executive leadership positions are held by women. At BCG, women in technology are world experts in their fields and global leaders. And we’re nowhere near finished our progress. We’re working to close gaps and increase opportunities across BCG.
Digital BCG
"One of our highest priorities is advancing our Women@BCG agenda: increasing the number, success, and satisfaction of women at BCG. We are encouraged about our progress and excited about what the future holds as we enhance opportunity, experience, and work-life integration for all our people."

Rich Lesser
Global Chair, New York