A.T. Kearney has announced that 16 new partners have been appointed to various leadership positions in 12 of the 57 A.T. Kearney offices worldwide.
The appointments take the total number of A.T Kearney partners to 289, the company said Wednesday.
Johan Aurki, A.T. Kearney chairman of the board and managing partner, said the appointments support the company’s Vision 2020 project, an effort to double in size by 2020.
The company said that out of the 16 appointments, 10 come from different companies. These partners are Nigel Andrade, Frank Bilstein, John Cooper, Rajeev Kapoor, Masahiro Kishida, Eduardo Pacheco, Mark Powell, Oscar Ruiz, Gregory Schooley and Gary Singer.
The six newly elected partners who were promoted during A.T. Kearney’s bi-annual partner selection process are Brian Forbes, Carsten Gerhardt, Michael F. Strohmer, Fuminori Takemura, Joongshik Wang and Salvador Zarate.
The 16 new partners serve executive roles in the company’s offices in Houston, New York, Dusseldorf, Vienna, Tokyo, Singapore, Dubai, Sydney, Mexico, London, and Johannesburg.