McKinsey & Co.
Shannon Peloquin is a San Francisco-based partner at McKinsey and a leader in its capital projects & infrastructure, electric power & natural gas, and sustainability practices. She brings extensive experience serving both public- and private-sector clients in infrastructure, transportation and utilities.
This includes helping a major US utility redesign its planning and work readiness processes—including risk prioritization, budgeting, forecasting, and job preparation—to improve efficiency and crew safety; working with another utility to redefine its frontline gas operations to improve safety, reliability, and affordability; crafting a new strategy for a transportation manufacturer to address changing emissions regulations, a shifting competitive environment and the introduction of disruptive fuel technology; and helping a large public transportation agency develop a three-year strategic agenda and top-team performance-management system, covering both its operating and capital programs.
Prior to rejoining McKinsey, Shannon worked in the Office of the Chairman of the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority. She also serves on the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management Undergraduate advisory board as well as the San Francisco Center for Economic Development.