Harry McAleer Wiki – Harry McAleer Biography
Cambridge University graduate Harry McAleer, 30, was last seen in central London early Thursday morning and has been reported missing by his concerned family. Police in Hackney, where he lived, were also informed and calls were made locally for information, but tragically, he was found dead in his Boston Consulting Group fifth floor office. The firm, which is based near the British Museum, has offices around the world and is a management consultancy. On its website, it describes how BCG “partners with leaders in business and society to address their biggest challenges and capture their biggest opportunities.” people in offices around the world. Under the heading “Work and culture”, the BCG website describes how the London office where Harry worked encompasses “many nationalities and cultures and represents a variety of academic and business backgrounds”. He adds: ‘BCG promotes a culture of collaboration, teamwork, development, and lots of fun! Our office has a calendar full of bonding events hosted by the BCGers themselves, including various sports teams and competitions throughout the year.”
Harry McAleer was 30 years old.
Harry McAleer Missing: Found Dead
According to his Linkedin page, Harry had worked at BCG as a consultant for three years, leaving in 2019 before rejoining last year to work as a ‘senior coach and manager.’ His biog said his role was: “To help teams and individuals work more effectively to deliver better sustainable performance for clients and for themselves.” He originally joined the firm after graduating with a first degree in Mechanical Engineering from St Clare College, Cambridge University. His profile also described how he was a lifeguard at Mental Health England and colleagues said he had struggled with his mental health in recent years. A BCG source said: “Everyone here is heartbroken. Choosing to take your own life in the office makes a statement no matter how you look at it. “He had been working long hours and had been under some stress and as such he was exposed to all the challenges consultants face every day. The usual schedule is like that of investment banking, with hours that exceed 70-80 hours a week and a working day can last until 10:00 p.m. Harry had a series of mental health problems exacerbated by work and last year in November he bravely spoke out about his own personal journey during a discussion at work. He “had expressed dismay at management’s lack of attention to workplace health and sustainability challenges.”
Police Investigation Report
In a statement to MailOnline, the Metropolitan Police said: “Officers were called at 07:47 on Monday 24 July to a business premises in Charlotte Street, W1. Police and the London Ambulance Service had been called to a man found dead in a private area. The man, a 30-year-old man from the Dalston area, was pronounced dead at the scene. His relatives have been informed. Currently, the death is treated as unexpected, but not suspicious. The person had been reported missing by his family on Friday, July 21. “A report will be compiled for the coroner.” A BCG spokesperson told MailOnline today: “We are devastated by the sudden passing of our dear colleague Harry.” Harry will be sorely missed by those with whom he worked initially as a consultant and more recently after returning to BCG for an internship with the firm. We have worked closely with Harry, his family and his medical professionals over the last year to support him and continue to offer our support during a time of deep grief. As we come to terms with this loss, we ask that you respect the privacy of those who knew and loved you. “Harry will be remembered in part as a mental health advocate in our office who encouraged others to be as open and transparent as he was.”