by Max Greenwood · December 10, 2019
South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg on Tuesday released a list of clients he worked with during his time at global consulting powerhouse McKinsey & Company, with clients ranging from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan to the U.S. Defense Department.
A timeline of his three-year stint at the firm released by his campaign shows that Buttigieg worked on at least seven projects between 2007 and 2010. Those projects covered a broad swath of industries and policy areas ranging from climate change and clean energy to international development, according to the list provided by his campaign.
Buttigieg has faced mounting pressure from liberal activists and his rivals for the Democratic presidential nomination to disclose the clients he worked with as an associate at McKinsey.
The consultancy announced on Monday that it would allow Buttigieg to release a list of his clients after he asked the company to allow him to break a non-disclosure agreement that had barred him from detailing his past projects and clients.
The Hill · by Max Greenwood · December 10, 2019