Celebrating our Social Impact leaders

Vikki Tam, Pedro Caruso and Lori Estiverne were recently named in the Top 100 Under 50 Diverse Leaders by Diversity MBA Magazine.  Awarded annually to a variety of leaders from Fortune 500 companies, nonprofits and educational institutions, the Top 100 Under 50 recognizes executive and emerging leaders for their achievements in both the workplace and in the community. We’re proud of the role that our winners play at Bain, serving as leaders across a variety of firm initiatives and particularly in our Social Impact practice.  Each has made a lasting impact in their local communities and around the globe, supporting a number of pro bono clients and countless important community initiatives.

We offer our congratulations and continued thanks to them!

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Vikki

Vikki Tam,

Partner, New York

As the head of Bain’s Global Development practice, Vikki Tam leads our relationships with flagship clients Endeavor and Acumen, including strategy and operationalization support, externship programs and IP collaboration. Vikki is currently working with Acumen on a Gates Foundation-funded white paper on the topic of how enterprises can accelerate adoption of agricultural innovation among smallholder farmers in developing countries.

To read more about Vikki’s recent research visits India and Kenya, click here.

 Pedro

Pedro Caruso,

Partner, Houston 

Pedro Caruso serves as Houston’s Bain Cares leader, helping to steer the office’s multi-year partnerships with organizations such as the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Houston and Cristo Rey Jesuit School. This year, Pedro led the team that helped the Boys and Girls Club develop a new growth strategy that will triple the number of children served and quadruple the average daily attendance by 2020.

Lori

Lori Estiverne,

Principal, New York 

Lori has been involved in social impact and community initiatives since joining Bain in 2002, and now leads the New York office’s Bain Cares program. In this role Lori helps support New York’s vibrant social impact work, including a robust Inspire program and pro bono relationships with nonprofits such as KIPP, the Robin Hood Foundation and City Year.

To read more from Lori about the New York office’s support to the community after Hurricane Sandy, click here.

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