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Hemal Vyas

Hemal has over 20 years of experience as a management consultant and corporate executive. His consulting experience includes time at Bain & Company, Marakon Associates, and KPMG Consulting. As a consultant, Hemal’s experience spans portfolio strategy, go-to-market strategy, commercial effectiveness, and organizational transformation. He has advised clients across a variety of industries including food products, automotive, manufacturing, distribution/ logistics, healthcare, and financial services among others.


In addition to his consulting experience, Hemal has spent over a decade as a corporate executive building and executing transformative strategies at both public and private companies. At Diebold Nixdorf, a multi-billion dollar provider of technology equipment and services for the financial services industry, he managed the effort to optimize the performance of the existing business while shifting the portfolio into new adjacencies. After that, Hemal spent several years at Glanbia Nutritionals (GN), the B2B food ingredients division of Glanbia plc.  At Glanbia, Hemal initially led the design and organizational integration of three different units into a new division, including redesigning the new commercial-facing organization.  After that, he spent time in several leadership roles at Glanbia, including leading strategy, managing the division’s largest product line to double its EBITDA in a three-year period, and serving as its first head of sustainability. Most recently, Hemal was the VP of Strategy & Sustainability at Charter Next Generation (portfolio company of KKR and Leonard Green), a manufacturer of highly engineered films for food, consumer, and medical packaging. At Charter, Hemal led the effort to transform the company into a leader in providing sustainable solutions to the packaging industry.

When away from work, Hemal can be found spending time with his kids, his dog, and his significant other.  He enjoys traveling, all things Chicago sports, and trying (unsuccessfully) to become a better golfer.

Hemal has an MBA from the University of Chicago, Booth School of Business, and a B.A. from Northwestern University.

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