Sharon Marcil is a member of the Global Board of Directors at Women for Women International, where she serves on the Global Governance Committee and as a member of the Finance and Compensation Committee.
Sharon Marcil currently serves on The Boston Consulting Group’s Global Executive Committee, the North American Management Team and leads Public Sector practice in the Americas. She is also a member of the BCG Henderson Institute's Innovation Sounding Board, which is dedicated to supporting, inspiring, and guiding upstream innovation at BCG. Sharon is also a member of the Centre for Public Impact Board of Directors, a not-for-profit group founded by BCG to help improve the positive impact of public sector institutions.
Since joining BCG in 1993, Sharon has led a variety of transformation efforts at the world's largest public and private sector organizations. Prior to joining BCG, Sharon worked for Goldman Sachs in mergers and acquisitions. In 2007, Sharon was named one of the “Top 25 Most Influential Consultants” by Consulting Magazine.
Sharon serves on several other non-profit boards including The Duke University Trinity Board of Visitors, and the Center for a New American Security. She also serves as the Chairwoman of the Duke University’s Women’s Impact Network Leadership Council.
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.
Sharon and her husband, Tom Monahan, have 2 teenage daughters, Caroline and Elizabeth.