I am an Associate in the UK/Ireland office. Since joining McKinsey in 2012, I have mainly worked in the pharmaceutical and healthcare sectors covering topics such as M&A, quality assurance, sourcing, operations and transformational change.
Steven Robinette is an associate at Atlas and joined in 2015. Previously, Steven was an engagement manager at McKinsey & Company, serving pharmaceutical and biotechnology clients on R&D topics. These topics included R&D investment strategies for a global pharmaceutical company, a platform biotechnology company, and an oncology business unit; single asset diligences in immunology, oncology, and CNS/pain; and post-acquisition integration of R&D organizations.
• Portfolio strategy and R&D innovation for a small biotech
• Due diligence in medical products
• Analysis of large survey data sets to understand how healthcare is utilized
• Policy and innovation strategy in oncology
• Mapping the journey for mental health services
• Growth strategy in medical devices
Associate at McKinsey and Company
Currently Associate at McKinsey & Company
Previous leadership positions:
Enforcement Director, Monitor
Head of Strategy, Office for Budget Responsibility
Senior Policy Advisor, HM Treasury
I help public and private sector clients across Pharma, MedTech and healthcare solve big, tough problems:
- M&A and divestiture
- Commercial transformation
- drug launch
- market access
- corporate finance
- marketing & sales
Dr. Chenai Gondo is a management consultant in the London office of McKinsey and Company, where she has served clients in the pharmaceutical, medical device, and the oil and gas sector. Her functional focus is on organizational transformations, mergers and acquisitions, business strategy and product development. She is uniquely positioned to understand organisations due to her background: prior to joining McKinsey, she spent 5 years as an academic researcher at ETH Zurich and the University of Pennsylvania. Her research was focused on the synthesis of organic compounds and peptides, and she also worked briefly as a researcher in the pharmaceutical industry.
Chenai was born and raised in Harare, Zimbabwe and has since lived in Africa, North America and Europe. She speaks English, German and Shona. She is passionate about advancing the position and opportunities afforded to women and black people in business and leadership positions, and takes an active role in mentoring and networking with other women and people of color.