Andre Dua

Andre Dua

Senior Partner, Miami Location Manager

McKinsey and Company

André Dua is a senior partner at McKinsey & Company based in Miami. He is a member of the McKinsey Global Institute Council, which advises on MGI’s research on global economic, business, and technology trends. His work and research span four interrelated areas: company transformation, the future of work, higher education, and state and local government. As a leader of McKinsey’s future of work initiative, André works with companies, communities, and education systems on training and reskilling programs. In addition, he was the founder and chair of McKinsey Academy—the firm’s vehicle for transforming the performance of leading institutions by unlocking the potential of people. The Academy designs and delivers large-scale capability-building programs that support performance transformations. Previously, André founded and led McKinsey’s state and local government work. André co-authored the McKinsey Global Institute’s report, The future of work in America: People and places, today and tomorrow and has written articles for Harvard Business Review and numerous other publications on reskilling the workforce. He is also a coauthor of the 1997 book, Sustaining the Asia–Pacific Miracle: Environmental Protection and Economic Integration, for which he received a grant from the MacArthur Foundation. In 2003, the World Economic Forum named him one of 100 “global leaders for tomorrow.” Prior to joining McKinsey, André was a research fellow at Yale Law School.