Oliver Wyman Consultant Travels to Antarctica on Green Mission

Tamara Sanderson It was a day Tamara Sanderson won’t soon forget. Oliver Wyman Group CEO John Drzik called and told her that she was one of six staff members from firms owned by MMC chosen to go on a trip to Antarctica. “When I found out that I was going to be able to go on this experience, I was just ecstatic and screaming in my cubicle,” Sanderson says, explaining that while the trip was designed to be educational, it also tied into Oliver Wyman’s work-life balance initiatives.

So in March, Sanderson joined representatives from about 15 different companies, including key sponsors Coca-Cola and NPower, as well as sister firms Kroll and NERA, for the trip to Antarctica. There they all joined explorer and environmentalist Robert Swan to learn about his new project—an educational station called an EBase that is comprised exclusively of recyclable materials and is run only on renewable energy.

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