A.T. Kearney has consistently been rated among the best firms to work—and our consultants rated the best in the industry—because of our supportive and collegial culture, our inclusive programs and networks, and our continuous pursuit of attracting, supporting, and retaining genuinely diverse talent. We actively aspire to foster an environment of uninhibited creativity and opportunity in service to both our clients and our people.

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Consulting Magazine Excellence in Social & Community Investment Awards

Through their Excellence in Social & Community Investment Awards, Consulting magazine recognizes firms that partner with non-profits, government entities, association, and private- and public-sector companies—investing hundreds of millions of dollars in time, effort, and sweat equity—for the greater good.

2016 | 2015

Consulting Magazine’s Best Firms to Work For

Consulting Magazine’s annual Best Firms to Work For recipients are selected based upon survey responses from more than 10,000 people are more than 300 firms. The survey breaks down questions into categories such as firm culture, work/life balance, compensation and benefits, client engagement, career development, and leadership.

2015 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010

Consulting Magazine’s Annual Women Leaders in Consulting

For more than a decade, Consulting magazine has set out to measure the impact of women on the consulting profession.

2016, Balika Sonthalia, Future Leaders Award
2015, Leslie Parker, Future Leaders Award

Consulting Magazine’s Top 25 Consultants

Consulting magazine’s annual issue recognizes an elite, distinguished, and highly accomplished group of consultants who excel at delivering significant client value.

2016, Arjun Sethi, Excellence in Leadership
2015, Alex Liu, Excellence in Client Service
2014, Beth Bovis, Excellence in Leadership
2013, Johan Aurik, Excellence in Leadership
2012, Joe Raudabaugh, Excellence in Leadership
2011, Laura Gurski, Excellence in Retail

Consulting Magazine’s Annual Rising Stars of the Profession: 35 Under 35

2016, Anichya Shah, Excellence in Leadership
2015, Daniel Santiago, Excellence in Public Sector

Diversity MBA Magazine Top 100 Under 50

Diversity MBA Magazine’s annual Top 100 Under 50 list recognizes strategic leadership and embodies higher education, workplace inclusion, and community commitment.

2016: Alyssa Pei, Beth Sehgal, Tiffany Hickerson, Nemanja Babic
2015: Anshu Prasad, Kristen Etheredge, Bill Frazier, Harris Ng, Leslie Parker
2014: Laura Gurski, Kish Khemani, Braxton Sisco

Diversity MBA Magazine 50 Out Front for Diversity Leadership

Diversity MBA magazine benchmarks company systems and methodologies for inclusive diversity—going beyond gender to recognize race, sexual orientation, veteran status, and other forms of diversity—and considers the metrics that drive both results and impact to identify 50 companies.

2015 | 2013

Glassdoor 25 Best Companies for LGBT Employees

To develop the list of 25 Best Companies for LGBT Employees, Glassdoor looked at the companies on the Human Rights Campaign Best Places to Work list and compared the companies' overall ratings on Glassdoor.com, which are based on employee-generated reviews.


Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality

The Human Rights Campaign Foundation uses the Corporate Equality Index to choose companies that make the organization’s annual list of Best Places to Work. The index is a national benchmarking tool on corporate policies and practices pertinent to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender employees. Since 2010, A.T. Kearney has earned a perfect 100 score.

2017 2016 | 2015

Working Mother Magazine’s Top 100 Firms for Working Families and Women

Firms chosen to receive this prestigious recognition are recognized for not only of their representation of women but also for their leave policies, benefits, child care, advancement programs, flexibility policies, and more.

2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013

WorldatWork Work-Life Seal of Distinction Award

The WorldatWork Alliance for Work-Life Progress assesses work-life programs, policies, and practices for effectiveness across a range of circumstances, including care for the elderly, health and wellness, financial support, paid and unpaid leave, community involvement, and more.

2016 | 2015 | 2014

Contact Contact

For all inquiries related to A.T. Kearney’s Diversity and Inclusion policies and programs, please contact:

Beth Sehgal
Global Director, Diversity and Inclusion

Equal Opportunity and Non-Discrimination Policy

Harassment-Free Work Environment Policy

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Pride Month

A.T. Kearney honors the people who fight every day for a more inclusive society by participating in the 2017 New York City Pride March. But for each step forward, we are reminded there is still a long way to go.

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