Partner, McKinsey & Company, UK
Angela is a Partner with McKinsey & Company in London and a member of McKinsey’s European Healthcare leadership. She advises national health systems, hospitals and digital innovators on value-based care, digital health and advanced analytics.
In her global role Angela led McKinsey’s Advanced Analytics team for patients with chronic conditions, advising leading US health insurers, Medicaid programmes and private hospitals, and she also led the McKinsey LATAM Healthcare Practice in 2013-17.
Earlier, Angela authored the “Greece 2021 – 10 Years Ahead” national growth strategy for generics, medical tourism and chronic care services.
Angela holds an M.Phil. (distinction) and a PhD from the University of Cambridge, as an Onassis Foundation and Cambridge European Trust Scholar.
She is a member of the London School of Economics Audit & Risk Committee, a Board member of Action on Addiction UK, former Chair of the Board of Kids’ City Foundation, and an Advisory Board Member of Healthcare Business International. She is fluent in English and Spanish and has studied French, German and Russian.
Angela has been a speaker on healthcare and innovation with the Economist Intelligence Unit, Financial Times, Harvard University Rockefeller Center, UN Women et al., as well as at national healthcare conferences in the UK, Spain, Portugal and Greece. She has published extensively on healthcare topics, including the McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) “Overcoming Obesity” economic analysis report (2014) and, together with the European Institute of Innovation and Technology of the EU, “Transforming Healthcare with Artificial Intelligence” (2020).
She is married with two children, Andreas Antonio and Pablo Dionysios.