Pinar Leads Strategic Enterprise Business Services of State Street Corp.

#21 ? Pinar Kip, 35 - State Street Corp, Senior VP
‘’Pinar is equally comfortable in the executive lunch room full of older Irish- and Italian-Americans and in a group of new immigrants from Middle East. I have seen her successfully mentor young people, Muslim, Christian and Jewish. Her passion for humanitarian causes globally is only exceeded by her deep devotion to Turkish people,’’ says Roman Regelman, Partner and Managing Director of the Boston Consulting Group, about her.
Pınar Kip is a Senior Vice President at State Street, leading the “Strategic Enterprise Business Services” division.  She is the “Global Design Lead” for the publicly announced State Street Beacon strategy, in which she is responsible for transforming the operating model and organizational design, driving business architecture, and adoption of digitization solutions. Within this role, Pınar is also responsible for Global Location Governance of State Street’s joint-venture operations, and its Mumbai office. She also leads State Street’s Lean Management Office, Strategic Project Services organization and an Enterprise Consulting Services team. Pınar is sought as a forward-thinking leader and change agent in the topics of transformation, client service, digitization and globalization and has been featured as a presenter in financial services events and conferences.

She serves on State Street’s Board for the Professional Women’s Network and as an executive sponsor for Internal Mobility and Diversity Governance efforts. Pınar is an involved participant and a speaker at inclusion events and conferences around the country; most recently she was asked to speak at ALPFA’s (Association of Latino Professionals in Finance & Accounting) annual convention and at the Pennsylvania Women’s Conference.
Prior to joining State Street, Pınar was a strategy consultant with Booz & Company, focused on the financial services industry, with expertise in capital markets. Additionally, Pınar worked in Bank of America’s Securities Global Structured Finance division as a financial analyst and spent her summer internships in Siemens and Citibank in Istanbul.

In her community, Pınar is a part of Harvard Business School Community Partners, providing consulting expertise and leadership for non-profit organizations. She supports the Turkish Philanthropy Fund and Minds Matter and volunteers with NY Cares and Community Servings. Pınar actively mentors young Turkish individuals in her community (in Turkey and the United States) as well as groups of individuals in her workplace across various back-grounds.
Pınar grew up in Istanbul, and attended Robert College for high school. She was awarded the Toyota/Jameel scholarship while attending MIT and has received two B.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering/ Computer Science and Management Science with a minor in Economics. Pınar also holds an MBA degree from Harvard Business School.
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