Keystone Strategy Announces 25 Promotions, Including Jennifer Redmond to Senior Principal
Keystone Strategy, a global provider of strategy, economics, and technology consulting, announces mid-year promotions across all levels of client services, including Amanda Pratt, Colleen Carroll, Bhupesh Chadra, Bram Isgur, and Henry Silva to Principal
September 23, 2021 – Keystone Strategy, an innovative consulting firm known for advising corporations, governments, and global law firms on the most critical strategy, technology, platform competition, and economics issues, recently announced the promotion of 25 of its team members, including the promotion of Jennifer Redmond to Senior Principal.
Jen joined Keystone Strategy in 2016 as a Consultant after graduating with an MBA from The Wharton School, and has emerged as one of the preeminent practice leaders on our Economic & Technology Advisory (ETA) team, specializing in competition and antitrust casework. At Keystone, Jennifer partners with clients to help them navigate novel issues at the intersection of competition, technology, and platform strategy. Jen also holds a Masters in pure mathematics from the University of Cambridge.
“We are delighted to promote and elevate each of these individuals in this mid-year review cycle,” said Jeff Marowits, President, Client Services at Keystone Strategy. “I’ve been impressed by Jen’s ability to work closely with clients to help them navigate issues at the intersection of competition, technology, and platform strategy. She has been an incredible thought partner to all of us within our Economics and Technology Advisory Practice and I am fortunate to work alongside her as co-head of our competition and antitrust associated practice.”
The firm also announced five promotions to Principal, including Amanda Pratt, Bhupesh Chandra, Bram Isgur, Colleen Carroll, and Henry Silva.
Amanda joined in 2017 as a Consultant after working as a Product Manager for Symbotic, a robotics start-up in the material handling industry and earning an MBA at Harvard Business School. Amanda is one of our leads in the digital transformation practice, which helps both traditional and technology organizations to envision, realize, and assess the impact of data and machine learning on their businesses. Amanda also holds an M.S. from UC Berkeley in Electrical and Electronics Engineering as well as a B.S. from Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering in Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Bhupesh joined Keystone in 2016 and works out of our New York office. Prior to Keystone, he worked at GlobalFoundries as a principal member of the technical staff, and as a scientist and advisory engineer for IBM Corporation, where he was recognized in 2015 with the Outstanding Technical Achievement Award. He holds a Ph.D. in nanoelectronics from Columbia University and a B.Tech in mechanical engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology.
Bram joined Keystone in 2021 and is based out of our New York office. At Keystone, Bram co-leads our transfer pricing associated practice, working closely with our academic experts to provide litigation support to our clients in the legal field. Prior to Keystone, Bram served as a Senior Manager in the Transfer Pricing division of Ernst & Young. He earned his degree in Mathematics and English from William & Mary as well as his PhD in Mathematics from the University of Toronto.
Colleen joined Keystone in 2013 and works out of our New York office. Her work has included leading a team of industry and academic experts representing a leading online real estate platform and oversight of project assessing consumer behavior and key purchase drivers on behalf of a major mobile phone provider. She holds a B.A. from Dartmouth College.
Henry joined the firm in 2012 and is based in Keystone’s San Francisco office. Over the last 9 years, Henry has worked with Fortune 100 companies on innovation strategy, product marketing, customer insights and digital operations, with a particular focus on cloud and SaaS. Prior to Keystone, Henry worked as the operations manager for MugsyClicks Photography. He holds a B.A. in physics from the University of California, Berkeley.
Please find the full list of promotions below:
- Jennifer Redmond, Sr. Principal
- Amanda Pratt, Principal
- Bhupesh Chandra, Principal
- Bram Isgur, Principal
- Colleen Carroll, Principal
- Henry Silva, Principal
- Fraser Thompson, Sr. Engagement Manager
- Alan Rozet, Engagement Manager
- Junsu Choi, Engagement Manager
- Catherine Moon, Engagement Manager
- Catalina Ravizza, Sr. Economist
- Alex Sheng, Consultant II
- Jack Cardwell, Consultant II
- Nathaniel Boley, Consultant II
- Tyler Zhu, Consultant II
- Andie Stern, Consultant II
- Nick DiStefano, Consultant II
- Ben Lieber, Sr. Consultant
- Carina Cheng, Sr. Consultant
- Nethra Venkatesh, Sr. Consultant
- Yang Xu, Sr. Consultant
- Michael Gates, Consultant I
- Shehryar Hasan, Consultant I
- Charlotte Kuller, Sr. Associate
- Arthur Chen, Sr. Associate
About Keystone Strategy
Keystone Strategy is a leading innovative strategy and economics consulting firm dedicated to delivering transformative ideas and cutting-edge solutions to Fortune Global 500 companies, top law firms, and government agencies. Our unique expertise in technology-led strategy, AI-driven digital transformation, product development, healthcare, finance, antitrust, and litigation enables us to create bold strategies that have far-reaching implications on business, consumers, and public policy. We leverage a unique combination of strategic insights from the world’s leading industry and academic experts with the practical expertise of our accomplished professionals to deliver extraordinary impact for our clients. Learn more about Keystone Strategy at: https://www.keystonestrategy.com.
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“We are delighted to promote and elevate each of these individuals in this mid-year review cycle,” said Jeff Marowits, President, Client Services at Keystone Strategy. “I have worked closely with each of them in their growth and development at the firm, and know how well-deserved these promotions are.”