Leads some of the largest healthcare transformation programmes across the United Kingdom, focusing on productivity, access, service redesign, and care integration.

About Angela

Angela works across the United Kingdom, where she supports NHS payors and providers on service redesign, quality, care integration and productivity. She also leads the McKinsey Healthcare Practice in Spain.

Since joining McKinsey, Angela has served NHS clients on complex reconfiguration programmes. She also spent 4 years in North America, stepping in to lead McKinsey’s special needs populations (SNP) work—addressing the needs of patients with behavioural health and/or long-term care needs—as well as the SNP advanced analytics team. She recently led the McKinsey thinking on addressing the opioids epidemic in the United States.

During her time in North America, Angela served leading Medicaid, state, and private healthcare insurers on scaling up innovative payment models; setting up accountable care organisation programmes; and improving payment integrity, care management, and population-health management. She has also helped address cost efficiency challenges through methods, such as overhead value analysis, healthcare value optimisation, automation, and digitisation. She also served leading health systems in Latin America, where she also led the McKinsey’s Healthcare Systems & Services Practice, helping institutionalise programmes to reduce maternal mortality, provide integrated care to complex diabetic patients, and improve hospital performance for leading national-health systems.

Angela has extensive experience in integrated health management and long-term conditions, especially focusing on prevention in the areas of diabetes, obesity, and mental health. She is a frequent speaker and author on these topics.

Angela acted as chair of the board of Kids’ City, a charity providing educational services to children in South London, and has a strong commitment to volunteer work, specifically related to education, public health, and women in STEM.

She currently serves as a governor of the London School of Economics (LSE) and a member of the LSE audit and risk committee. Angela also serves on the external advisory board of the US National Cancer Institute-sponsored Centre for Research Excellence in Mesoamerica for Cancer and Diabetes, which works with the Mexican Institute of Public Health.

Published work

Cuánto cuesta la paridad de género en México?,” (The cost of gender parity in Mexico), Forbes, March 2017

A call for co-responsibility: shifting the healthcare paradigm for diabetes Management,” Fundación Carlos Slim and Fundación IDEA (contributor), 2015

How the world could better fight obesity,” McKinsey Global Institute, November 2014

Changing patient behavior: The next frontier in healthcare value,” McKinsey & Company, January 2012

Εξυγίανση δημοσίων νοσοκομείων,” (Making public hospitals healthier), Kathimerini, July 2010

“Quality of Care: an International Perspective for the NHS,” Health International, No. 5, 2006

The political role of oil in Azerbaijan, 1989-1994,” Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans, Vol. 4, No. 1 (Special Issue), 2002

Geopolitics of Caspian Oil: the Role of the Integration of the Caspian Region into World Economy in Maintaining Stability in the Caucasus,” The Politics of Caspian Oil, Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2001

“Ten Years of Transition: Caspian Update and Azerbaijan’s Predicament,” FSU Oil & Gas Monitor, No. 132, Week 19, May 2001

Past Experience

Cambridge Review of International Affairs
Managing editor and publisher


University of Cambridge
PhD, politics
MPhil, international relations

National & Kapodistrian University of Athens
BA, law