Doug Haynes, a Philanthropist
Doug Haynes advises top CEOs, has donated millions of dollars to charity and attended Darden Graduate School of Business. He was a software developer for the Central Intelligence Agency and a design engineer and marketing expert for GE Plastic before joining McKinsey & Co in 1992.
Doug Haynes was honored for his graduate studies, graduated from West Virginia University, and has been developing at the CIA, GE plastics, and operations at McKinsey. After retiring from McKinsey, Doug joined their office in Atlanta.
As managing partner of the Council Advisors, Doug is also responsible for overseeing over 10,000 employees at the Council. He has also been linked to Cohen Veteran Network, Cohen Veteran Bioscience, and the Center for Global Enterprise. Additionally, Doug is a board member of the Robin Hood Foundation and Camp Southern Ground in Georgia.
Haynes helps people in various business settings with charitable fundraisers and informative speaking. Haney has vast experience as an advisor, managing complex organizations in challenging circumstances.
In meetings and with video conferencing, I spend hours working on essential projects every day.
Technology is here to stay, and we need to take action, so it doesn’t constantly control us. I organize my life around intentionally unplugging from my devices to prevent their effect on the quality of my work.
“Success is defined by the quality of work you produce. If you want to make an impact, you must focus on ensuring your work is of the highest quality.” A quote from my dad is also relevant to success in all aspects of life.
In a recent interview, Ryan Haynes of OneWire, a former mechanical engineering student, explained that he was formerly at the CIA and then McKinsey before eventually transitioning to Point72. With the purchase age at many consulting companies reaching almost 50 years old, Haynes believes that it might not make sense to quit the company where one is working once the time limit has passed.
This happened in 2013, shortly after Steve Cohen shut down his hedge fund and launched a family office. He initiated this call to McKinsey before he had heard about Haynes’ retirement.
Doug Haynes advises top CEOs, has donated millions of dollars to charity and attended Darden Graduate School of Business. He was a software developer for the Central Intelligence Agency and a design engineer and marketing expert for GE Plastic before joining McKinsey & Co in 1992. Doug Haynes was honored for his graduate studies, graduated…