Josh Coleman Principal

Josh Coleman
Principal

Josh Coleman is a Principal with Treacy & Company. He has nearly a decade of experience advising senior executives on issues related to growth and innovation. With a background in strategy consulting, Josh has helped companies with corporate strategy, marketing strategy, organizational design and innovation program development. Though he has worked across diverse industries such as healthcare, life sciences, industrials, financial services, consumer products and the public sector, in the past years Josh has focused on the dynamic changes underway in healthcare. Recent projects have included helping a leading payer to transform into a consumer-oriented company, developing strategies for high RoI population health management programs, and building innovation disciplines in large health systems. Josh brings a broad perspective to his clients based on experience across providers, payers, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and analogous industries; the common thread is a focus on deep understanding of end-user demand and how to organize effectively around those needs for competitive advantage.

Prior to Treacy & Company, Josh worked with Monitor Group and Monitor Deloitte. He spent several years in the London office, working with consumer and life science companies across Europe, and also spent several years in the Middle East developing strategies for industrial development and healthcare, for both large investors and government clients. Prior to becoming a consultant, Josh worked with the United Nations in South America, built out a best practices research program in Washington DC, and drove a truck in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina.

Josh received his MSc from the London School of Economics, and his BA (Honors) from Brown University. In addition, he completed a graduate program in Business Administration of SMEs through FLACSO while living in Quito, Ecuador. He speaks Spanish and Nepali.  Josh lives in the Logan Square neighborhood of Chicago with his wife, Alexa.