West Monroe Partners, a national management and technology consulting firm, has promoted seven of its partners to regional and practice leadership roles. The firm also promoted eight partners to managing or senior partner level.
“As we help clients prepare to be increasingly digital through repeatable offerings, we will need to continue expanding our management team. We look to these leaders to fill critical executive roles and provide leadership for scaling our ability to serve clients and delivering on strategy,” said Doug Armstrong, West Monroe‘s chief operating officer.
Three of West Monroe’s partners were in March appointed to lead the firm’s regions, where they work with office and market leads to achieve strategic goals.
Tom Ewers, managing partner, now leads the Central region, which includes the Minneapolis, Chicago, and Dallas offices. Ewers joined the firm in 2002 from Arthur Andersen, where he was a consultant in the advanced technology group. Ewers in 2013 launched the firm’s Minneapolis office, and previously served as managing director in the M&A and consumer & industrial practices.
Gil Mermelstein, managing partner, leads the East Coast region, which includes the firm’s New York and DC offices. He joined the firm in 2010 to launch the New York office, which is now one of the consultancy’s largest locations. Mermelstein has extensive experience advising financial services and private equity firms on growth and transformation. Before joining…