Sarah Lincoln is a Vice President at ASG, where she provides clients with analyses of complex operational and regulatory issues. Ms. Lincoln assists clients with issues in Europe, Asia, and Africa, as well as with industry stakeholders involved in the development and financial sectors.
Ms. Lincoln offers insight into the business implications of changing regulatory regimes, helping clients transform and adapt their business models to achieve long-term success.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Lincoln was a Practice Manager at McKinsey & Co., where she helped drive client and knowledge projects within the Corporate and Investment Banking Practice.
During her tenure there, she helped develop corporate and business unit strategies for banks and other financial institutions in order to achieve differentiation, growth, operational efficiency, and risk management objectives.
She also assisted in the research and editing of McKinsey publications and surveys focused on the banking sector’s impacts on the recent global financial and economic crisis.
Ms. Lincoln has previously worked in the Peace Corps in Gabon and Togo, as a Consultant at FINCA, and as a commercial assistant for the U.S. Foreign Commercial Service in Brussels.
She earned her M.S. in Global Commerce and Finance from Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service, with a certificate from the Landegger International Business Diplomacy Honors Program and a B.A. in International Studies and French from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Ms. Lincoln speaks French.
She is based in San Francisco, CA.