Garrett Ulosevich is an expert in helping mission-driven organizations successfully undertake transformations and major change initiatives. He has advised senior leaders and assisted organizations in leading Federal and state government organizations and non-profits with missions spanning education, public finance, law enforcement and public safety, housing and development, science and technology, revenue management, diplomacy and defense and shared services.
Previously, Garrett served as a leader of McKinsey’s Public Sector and Organization practices, becoming one of McKinsey’s most experienced practitioners of designing and delivering large transformation efforts in complex public sector organizations. He led McKinsey’s research on achieving major change in government, publishing several articles and reports. Prior to McKinsey, Garrett worked at Capital One, where he helped lead the stand-up of the company’s internet group, and at the Federal Reserve Board, where he supported research and policy development in the areas of developing country banking systems and financial risk.
Garrett has also served on the Obama-Biden Transition Team where he assisted in setting up the agency review process and teams and advising on cross-agency collaboration models. He attended Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas and received a B.A. in Economics where he was elected Phi Beta Kappa. He is also a Masters of Business Administration graduate of the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, where he was selected as an Austin Scholar and founded Board Fellows, a selective program that trains business school students to serve on nonprofit boards.