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AlixPartners Promotes 22 Individuals to Managing Director

January 10, 2019, 09:00 AM

AlixPartners, a global consulting firm, announced  the promotion of 22 individuals to the role of Managing Director. The promotions span all of AlixPartners’ service areas as well as its internal Corporate Services function.  

Simon Freakley, Chief Executive Officer at AlixPartners, said, "I am delighted to announce the promotions to Managing Director, effective January 1, 2019. Every one of our new Managing Directors has proven to be an outstanding professional by consistently delivering exceptional results in all of their endeavors. I wish them every success in the next phase of their careers at AlixPartners."

The promoted Managing Directors:

  • Neto Alexander (Performance Improvement, Los Angeles)
  • Sophie Barbe (Turnaround & Restructuring Services, Paris)
  • Jeremy Borys (Corporate Services, Detroit)
  • Paul Brabant (Investigations, Disputes & Risk, London)
  • Charlie Braley (Turnaround & Restructuring Services, Chicago)
  • Steve DuBuc (Performance Improvement, Detroit)  
  • Jeff Goldstein (Performance Improvement, Boston)
  • Jochen Gottschalk (Digital, Munich)
  • Sudhar Govindarajan (Performance Improvement, Chicago)
  • Steve Hilgendorf (Performance Improvement, Chicago)
  • Clemente Honorati (Performance Improvement, Milan)
  • Brooke Hopkins (Investigations, Disputes & Risk, Dallas)
  • Kristina Isakovich (Performance Improvement, Boston)
  • Nitin Jain (Performance Improvement, New York)
  • Regina Lee (Investigations, Disputes & Risk, Houston)
  • Alexandre Marian (Performance Improvement, San Francisco)
  • Robb McWilliams (Turnaround & Restructuring Services, Dallas)
  • Nenad Milicevic (Performance Improvement, New York)'
  • Brad Mroski (Investigations, Disputes & Risk, Dallas)
  • Luca Ridolfi (Performance Improvement, New York)
  • Nick Samanich (Performance Improvement, New York)
  • Paul Thompson (Corporate Services, London)


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