Ksenia Kaladiouk, MCP ’14
Partner, McKinsey & Company

Ksenia Kaladiouk is a Partner in McKinsey & Company’s Boston Office who serves as a leader in the Electric Power & Natural Gas and Strategy & Corporate Finance practices. Her work spans corporate and business strategy, investor relations, valuation, strategic financial planning, as well as M&A in the context of the energy transition. She works across the energy value chain with utilities, renewables developers, energy technology players, IPPs and infrastructure investment firms. She is the author of several external publications on the future of the power sector and grid evolution.

Prior to McKinsey, Ksenia was a Research Associate at MIT’s Lab for Regional Innovation and Spatial Analysis, a Harvard Kennedy School Rappaport Fellow with the City of Boston and a Product Manager at the Corporate Executive Board (now Gartner).

 Ksenia holds a Master of City Planning (MCP) from MIT in Cambridge, MA and a BA magna cum laude from the Cornell University.