Alyssa Pei is a partner with A.T.�Kearney in the�Financial Institutions Practice. She has extensive consulting experience, primarily in insurance and banking, and leads broad transformation efforts across a variety of industries. She has a wealth of experience leading projects that deliver sustained value and improving operational performance by reshaping organizations. Her projects include improving the customer experience and conducting best practice assessments for the hospitality, financial services, retail, and consumer packaged goods sectors. Alyssa is based in A.T.�Kearney’s Toronto office.Notable client engagements include:Design and implementation of change capability and leadership behaviours to drive step change agility for leading North American life & health playerLarge scale transformation and divestiture support for leading multi-line US insurerStrategic assessment of opportunities and implications of the Internet of Things for US financial institutionBusiness strategy for a midsize property and casualty companyDefinition of pivotal customer events and an end-to-end redesign for a multiline insurerChannel strategy for a leading property and casualty firmDevelopment of a product innovation approach for a major multi-line insurerAlyssa has been published extensively in journals such as�Information Week's�Insurance & Technology�and�PropertyCasualty360�and has spoken at conferences such as the�2015 Booth Women Connect Conference. She received the�2014 Working Mother of the Year Award�fromWorking Mother�magazine�and serves as a trustee for The Chewonki Foundation, non-profit education organization.Before joining A.T.�Kearney, Alyssa was with PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Financial Advisory Services, working with insurance clients on issues related to mergers and acquisitions, due diligence, and demutualization. Alyssa earned a bachelor’s degree in earth and planetary sciences from Harvard University, a master’s degree in geochemistry from Harvard, and an MBA from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business.�
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