Leader Series: Frankki Bevins, Associate Partner at McKinsey & Company


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Please join us on Monday, 26th from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM where we continue our Leader Series with guest speaker Frankki Bevins, Associate Partner at McKinsey & Company. Her talk will focus on McKinsey’s Centered Leadership model:

“Over a decade ago, McKinsey embarked on an ambitious research project to define the keys to success for the most successful women in the workforce today. Hundreds of interviews, thousands of surveys and many academic readings later, we discovered five commonalities amongst top leaders. We will discuss the research that went into the model, the model itself, and spend some time learning how to apply it to your own personal life and career.”

This event has limited seating. Please notify us if your availability changes ( and we will open seats on the waitlist as soon as they become available. We look forward to seeing you there!


WHERE: Mt. Elbert Conference Room



Frankki Bevins is an Associate Partner with McKinsey and founding member of the Denver office. Frankki focuses her time on large scale organizational transformation, with a particular focus on talent strategy and organizational redesign.  She is passionate about leadership development and has delivered McKinsey’s leadership development programs to both individual clients as well as larger teams looking to unlock more potential.  Frankki works with leadership teams and senior leaders across several private sector industries as well as in the public sector, with particular focuses on education, economic development, and healthcare.

Prior to joining McKinsey, Frankki worked with a variety of economic development organizations in areas of education and global health including The Gates Foundation, the WHO, and The Clinton Foundation.  She has a Masters of Public Policy from Princeton University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Spanish from Dartmouth College.

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