Global Practice Head, Sustainability & Responsibility,
Sustainability, corporate responsibility, business transformation and organization leader with extensive experience advising clients across industries and geographies.
Jenny Davis-Peccoud founded our global Sustainability & Responsibility practice in 2011. For over a decade she has worked with clients to shape sustainable business and value chain transformations, craft strategies to link sustainability to value creation, and align leadership teams behind ambitious agendas to reorient their organizations and eco-systems to more sustainable models.
Beyond broad expertise in ESG, Jenny has a particular focus on food systems transformation, circularity and carbon transition.
Throughout nearly 30 years at Bain, Jenny has advised local and multinational corporate clients across a wide range of industries, as well as international trade associations, government ministries, public bodies and global NGOs.
Her engagements have included sustainability strategy, sustainable growth and value creation, sustainable business transformation, sustainable supply chains, organization and leadership team alignment. She has also supported the early conception, incubation and launch of ambitious sustainability ventures and multi-party coalitions.
Jenny writes and speaks extensively in her areas of expertise. Her perspectives have been published in newspapers across the world, including The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Le Monde, NRC Handelsblad and The Business Times of Singapore, as well as in publications such as Harvard Business Review, European Business Forum, the Stanford Social Innovation Review, Forbes and weforum.org.
Originally from San Francisco, Jenny is now based in Amsterdam, after spending 5 years with us in Boston and 20 years in our London office. A US, French and British citizen, Jenny has led projects in varied business cultures across Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific and North America.
Jenny received her B.S. from Georgetown University and her MBA, with distinction, from Harvard Business School.