Ronnie Saha is a management consultant in Deloitte's Strategic Risk practice, where he helps organizations spot, assess, and manage the impacts of disruptive innovation, macroeconomic trends, and geopolitical shifts on their corporate strategies. In this role, he has advised C-suite executives in the financial services, health-care, pharmaceuticals, and public sectors.

Saha's consulting experience also includes providing economic consulting services to public financial institutions (ministries of finance, central banks) in emerging markets and advising global banks on regulatory matters (stress testing, capital and liquidity management). Saha has authored several opinion pieces and technical policy papers on macroeconomics, public finance, and political economy, including co-authoring the U.S. Agency for International Development's Guide to Public Financial Management.

Previously, Saha spent several years in the international economic development sector, with NGOs and think tanks, including serving as special assistant to the president of the International Rescue Committee (IRC) and as a researcher at Harvard University's Hauser Institute for Civil Society.

He holds a BA from Kenyon College and MPP (international trade and finance) from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

Last Updated: August 1, 2017