Grigory Shutko graduated cum laude from Moscow State University in 2006 with a BS and MS in quantitative methods in economics. Since then, he has been involved in high-profile consulting assignments with Accenture (2005-2011) and The Boston Consulting Group (2011-2015), mostly in the energy sector. Grigory has been assisting clients and leading teams all over the globe – in Russia, the U.S., China, Japan, Mongolia, Italy and Kuwait. His work included performing feasibility assessments for inter-country power trade, redesigning IT functions for power giant serving 40 countries, running the Post Merger Integration Office for the largest takeover in the energy industry, and facilitating the turnaround for a Russian car maker. At Yale, Grigory researched the political and economic models for sustainable development in the 21st century to advise public and private sector leaders on innovative policies and approaches.