Former Director, William J. Clinton Foundation’s Climate Initiative
Dorota Keverian has extensive international experience in talent management, organizational change, and strategy and performance improvement. She began her career with Exxon International, where she developed strategies for worldwide oil transportation, as well as long-term plans and special projects for the United States market. She joined Arthur D. Little Inc. Energy practice in 1986 and was appointed Vice President responsible for Global Oil Practice P&L and people development. During her tenure at ADL, she worked with private- and state-owned oil companies around the world in strategy, organizational restructuring, and performance improvement. She joined the Boston Consulting Group in 2000 and over the next nine years worked with people networks across all BCG offices and regions to build a world-class people organization. Most recently, she served as a director at the William J. Clinton Foundation’s Climate Initiative, overseeing carbon capture, utilization, and storage projects in the U.S.
Dorota holds a master’s in management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where she also completed her undergraduate studies in naval architecture, marine engineering, and mathematics. She is bilingual in English and Polish. Dorota currently lives in Lexington, MA. with her husband and three daughters. She also serves as a chair of the Plan International Board.