Dan Magestro is a senior manager in West Monroe Partners’ Technology practice. He is an accomplished analytics executive with the breadth of experience and skills to guide organizations and their customers to measured, sustained value from data and analytics initiatives.
Dan Magestro is a skilled consultant and business leader with an exemplary track record for establishing value-producing analytics programs. He works with clients to develop analytics program strategies, analytics talent, data and technology platforms, and data-driven insights. To each unique challenge, he brings a strategic mindset, executive perspective, and collaborative work style, as well as extensive analytics experience in an array of industries, including the healthcare, banking, insurance, retail, manufacturing, utilities, and services sectors.
Dan joined West Monroe Partners in 2017 from the International Institute for Analytics, where he was vice president and research director. He advised companies across industries on all facets of successful data and analytics programs, including organizational development, project execution, value from data-driven insights, technology platforms, and analysis methods. He also led the organization’s Research & Advisory Network service, managed its analytics research program, and organized analytics symposiums for clients.
Previously, Dan managed multiple analytics teams at Cardinal Health, where he built an analytics center of excellence to serve the company’s large pharmaceutical division. He also held analytics roles at JP Morgan Chase, Nationwide Insurance, and Investor Analytics, with a primary focus on marketing, customer, and risk analytics.
From 2010 to 2016, Dan served as an adjunct professor at The Ohio State University’s Fisher College of Business, where he taught courses on data analysis and advised the university on analytics initiatives. Dan is also a frequent speaker and author on an array of analytics-related topics.
Dan came to business analytics from science. He holds a Ph.D. in nuclear physics from Michigan State University and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in physics from Marquette University.