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Bain & Company’s Tamara Lewis to head its Seattle office

Bain & Company’s Tamara Lewis to head its Seattle office

  • febrero 05, 2024
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Press release

Bain & Company’s Tamara Lewis to head its Seattle office

NEW YORK – February 5, 2024 – Bain & Company has appointed Tamara Lewis, a 15-year veteran of the firm, to lead its Seattle office. Tamara was a founding member of Bain’s Seattle office in 2018 and is a leader in the firm’s Machinery & Equipment, Technology, and Transformation practices.

Bain’s Seattle office has grown fourfold since it opened five years ago. Its client portfolio reflects the diverse and dynamic local economy, with particular emphasis on industries such as retail, technology, telecommunications, and industrial. Additionally, Bain’s Seattle office continues to invest in the local community, having helped launch the public-private partnership Career Connect Washington and supporting the state to enroll nearly 15,000 students in Career Launch programs.

“I am proud of the impressive client assets, committed team, and distinctive culture we have built in our first chapter as Bain Seattle,” said Tamara Lewis. “I am excited for us to build upon this foundation to deliver unmatched results for our clients, leveraging the full strength of the global Bain network and growing our presence on the ground. The greater Seattle area is home to some of the most admired, innovative companies in the world, many of which are a perfect match for Bain’s approach and capabilities.”

“Seattle, one of the country’s most attractive talent markets, is an important Pacific Northwest hub for many of our people, clients, and recruits,” said Ivan Hindshaw, Americas regional managing partner at Bain & Company. “Tamara has played a key role in the tremendous growth and unique culture of the Seattle office since it opened five years ago. She is a widely admired leader and mentor at Bain, and we look forward to her continued leadership in this new role.”

Tamara has an extensive track record of supporting change-oriented leaders in cross-functional business transformations. Her work has focused on reimagining business models and repositioning organizations for growth by embedding new capabilities.

At Bain, Tamara has held numerous leadership roles across professional development, HR, and global training and is a recipient of Bain’s global Bright-Dix Award for excellence in professional development. She joined Bain’s Boston office in 2008, as an associate consultant, and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Princeton University.

Editor's Note: To arrange an interview, contact Katie Ware at katie.ware@bain.com or +1 646 562 8107. 

About Bain & Company

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Across 65 cities in 40 countries, we work alongside our clients as one team with a shared ambition to achieve extraordinary results, outperform the competition, and redefine industries. We complement our tailored, integrated expertise with a vibrant ecosystem of digital innovators to deliver better, faster, and more enduring outcomes. Our 10-year commitment to invest more than $1 billion in pro bono services brings our talent, expertise, and insight to organizations tackling today’s urgent challenges in education, racial equity, social justice, economic development, and the environment. We earned a platinum rating from EcoVadis, the leading platform for environmental, social, and ethical performance ratings for global supply chains, putting us in the top 1% of all companies. Since our founding in 1973, we have measured our success by the success of our clients, and we proudly maintain the highest level of client advocacy in the industry.