Our People

Our people bring diverse but complementary backgrounds in management consulting, senior line management and academia. We come from world-class organizations such as Harvard Business School, McKinsey & Company, General Electric and Chalmers University. We integrate capabilities in strategy and performance with a deep understanding of leadership, organizational dynamics and what it takes to effect change.

In addition to our core team, below, we have assembled a wider network of specialist practitioners to support our work.

  • Lindsay Tuthill

    Lindsay’s career has focused on strategy-development, team-building, and problem-solving.  At TruePoint, Lindsay is focused on the firm’s operations and practice management.  Lindsay started her career as a consultant with McKinsey and Company, she then led the Analytics and Consulting team at Verisk Health, and most recently guided strategy development at Thermo Fisher Scientific as a manager of Corporate Strategy.

    Lindsay Tuthill
  • Lynne Weedall

    Over 25 years Lynne has led and advised Boards and their teams on major change from numerous executive leadership and main board non-executive roles in a wide variety of sectors and ownership models including FTSE 100, family owned, JV and founder led. Most notably exec roles in Tesco, Whitbread, Dixons Carphone and Selfridges Group and NEDs for Greene King and William Hill plc. She is known for her straightforward, pragmatic and focused approach, rooted in practical experience of how leaders actually turn strategy into reality.

    Lynne Weedall
  • Malcolm Wolf

    Malcolm has 25 years of experience consulting to leading corporations on strategy, performance, organization and IT. As a McKinsey partner, he built and co-led the UK IT practice. As a KPMG partner, he built and led an M&A business advisory practice in the telecoms, media and technology sectors. Malcolm is keenly interested in helping ambitious leadership teams make great strategic decisions and build high-performing organizations.

    Malcolm Wolf