Sharon Marcil is a member of the Board of Directors at Women for Women International, where she serves as Co-Chair of the Governance Committe and as a member of the Finance and Compensation Committee.

Ms. Marcil is a Senior Partner and Managing Director with The Boston Consulting Group (BCG). Ms. Marcil joined BCG in 1993 and leads the firm's Government practice in the Americas. Ms. Marcil also serves on BCG's 15-person Global Executive Committee and formerly led the firm's Global Consumer and Retail Practice Area. Prior to joining BCG, Sharon worked for Goldman Sachs & Co. in Mergers and Acquisitions. In 2007, Sharon was named one of the “Top 25 Most Influential Consultants” by Consulting Magazine.

During her time at BCG, she has worked extensively in the private and in the public sector on issues relating to organization review/design, human capital strategy and processes, shared services and IT effectiveness. Her clients have covered a broad range of industries as well as Federal departments, including the Treasury Department, the Department of Education, and Fannie Mae.

Sharon has worked extensively with Private and Public sector clients, covering a broad range of Federal departments and industries, including US Treasury Department, US Department of Education, and Fannie Mae. Sharon worked with her clients on many issues including: large scale transformation, organization design, leadership and team effectiveness, Human Capital strategy and processes, delayering and cost optimization, and shared services and IT effectiveness.

Sharon earned her MBA from the Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration, where she graduated with distinction. She earned her BA in economics, magna cum laude, with high honors in her major, from Duke University.