The Berkeley Partnership promotes Anne-Lise Antolinos to Partner

04 January 2023 Consultancy.uk 2 min. read
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Anne-Lise Antolinos has been promoted to Partner at The Berkeley Partnership. The former EY professional will concentrate on growing the firm’s reputation as a trusted expert on transformation.

Antolinos said of the promotion, “Our clients’ transformation agendas are often complex and challenging, and I want to ensure they can continue turning to Berkeley as trusted experts to help bridge the gap between their ambition and delivery. At Berkeley, we value ingenuity and authenticity, which enables our people to focus on doing what is right for our clients, as well as each other. As a partner now, I’m keen to preserve the amazing culture that makes the firm so special.”

Founded in 1990, The Berkeley Partnership is a management consultancy that provides clients with a range of strategy, operating model, project delivery, change and digital transformation services. Antolinos joined the firm in 2017, and has since worked with clients across a range of industry sectors, including retail, real estate, healthcare and NHS, and government and the public sector.

Anne-Lise Antolinos, Partner, The Berkeley Partnership.

During this spell, she led a number of large-scale, complex transformation programmes, with a particular focus on strategy implementation and target operating model design. Antolinos also served as one of the leaders of the Women@Berkeley Network. She will continue to champion the firm’s progress on diversity, equity and inclusion as a Partner.

“I’m very proud of Berkeley’s diversity, equity and inclusion journey and the achievements we’ve made,” Antolinos added, “particularly in celebrating, supporting and championing women in the workplace. I believe strongly that diversity doesn’t stop at representation. We must continue to make a real impact, and achieve meaningful outcomes for our people, our industry and wider society.”

Prior to joining Berkeley, Antolinos was a Senior Manager at Big Four firm EY. After nearly eight years in EY’s advisory practice, she took a career break to gain a master’s degree in Psychotherapy and Counselling from Regents University London. She then rejoined EY to work within people advisory services, specialising in target operating model design for the government sector. She also holds an MBA from Birmingham Business School.