About Sanjay

Sanjay is a senior partner and managing partner of McKinsey’s Houston office where he focuses on working with energy companies and private equity firms. He also leads our work in managing risks for energy companies in North America and leads our practice in crisis response and preparedness.

Examples of Sanjay’s recent work include:

  • evaluating purchases of over 50 oil and gas assets by investors
  • setting up and running the war room for the operational and political response to a major operational disruption for a major mining company
  • organizing the root cause analysis and a long-term operational transformation following a string of accidents for a large, global transportation company
  • leading the carve out and subsequent merger integration of an oil field services business
  • building a safety and operational risk management organization for an international oil and gas company
  • redesigning the enterprise risk management processes for an oil and gas company
  • developing a turnaround and risk management plan for an energy trading business
  • conducting due diligence on a fuel logistics company
  • developing a long term energy demand forecast for a large US city

Outside McKinsey, Sanjay has worked as a private equity investor at General Atlantic Partners and as a consultant in Peru for Technoserve, a not-for-profit firm focused on building agricultural businesses in the developing world.

Sanjay graduated from the University of Virginia with a BA in economics and holds an MBA from Harvard Business School.

In his spare time, he serves on the boards of KIPP Houston Public Schools and Venture for America.

Published work

Are you prepared for a corporate crisis?McKinsey Quarterly, April 2017

North American oil and gas: Caveat emptor,” McKinsey & Company, June 2015

Past experience


General Atlantic Partners
Private equity investor


Harvard Business School

University of Virginia
BA, economics