John Drzik is President and Chief Executive Officer of Oliver Wyman Group, a position he assumed in June 2006.
John joined Oliver, Wyman & Company in 1984, having previously worked as a consultant at Booz, Allen & Hamilton. He was elected as a Partner in 1988 and was appointed President of Oliver Wyman in 1995. In 2003, he led the merger and integration of Oliver Wyman into MMC. Over the past twenty-five years, John has played a key role in establishing the reputation of Oliver Wyman as a global leader in strategy consulting.
John is a frequent speaker in the US, Europe, Asia and the Middle East at major conference events, including the World Economic Forum in Davos, and has written articles for many publications, including the Harvard Business Review and Journal of Financial Econometrics. He is also the founder of the Oliver Wyman Institute, a cooperative undertaking between the firm and leading academics, designed to accelerate knowledge transfer between the academic community and the financial services industry.
John graduated with a BSE degree in Engineering Management Systems from Princeton University. He is currently on the Advisory Board of Princeton's Operations Research and Financial Engineering Department and the Board of the International Risk Governance Council.