Roxane Divol, McKinsey & Company

August 23, 2012 · Posted in Speakers 

Roxane Divol
McKinsey & Company

Roxane Divol is a Principal with the San Francisco office of McKinsey & Company. She joined the firm in 1996 in the Paris Office. Roxane is a core member of the high tech practice, and leads the marketing and sales practice on the West Coast with a focus on Marketing ROI and Marketing Transformation.
Roxane has led a number of learning programs ranging from developing a partner program on leadership, to driving marketing and sales learning, as the co-dean of McKinsey’s Cambridge “College” for engagement managers. She is also part of McKinsey’s Women’s Initiative and launching McKinsey’s Bay Area Executive Women’s Roundtable series.
Roxane frequently speaks at events for Chief Marketing and Strategy officers on topics related to digital marketing strategy, marketing organization and marketing ROI. She is also a past speaker at Fortune’s Most Powerful Women’s event.
Roxane is the Chairman of the International Museum of Women and advises numerous other not-for-profit organizations. She is a past mentor for the TED Senior Fellows Program and an active volunteer at the Lycée Français La Pérouse where two of her children attend.
Roxane holds dual French and Colombian citizenship. She obtained an MBA from Insead with distinction, and a Masters in Engineering from the Ecole Polytechnique, France’s top engineering school and leading military academy where she majored in Chemistry and Economics. As an Officer, Roxane served in the French Air Force and was assigned to NATO’s Group for Aerospace Research and Development.
Roxane lives in San Francisco with her husband and three children.


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