The first time I stepped foot into the Knowledge Capital Group [KCG] office I was a senior at the College of Charleston in search of an internship opportunity. I was thrilled when I secured a paid internship, and I hit the ground running into the world of healthcare consulting.

As a college student in the early stages of my career, I was grateful to be met with immense support and guidance that quickly led to a passion for the company and the industry. I was given the opportunity to explore all aspects of our organization, including contributing to client work, which gave me a solid foundation that allowed me to grow and develop new skills quickly. I was also provided hands-on mentorship that helped me carve my professional path.

As my confidence grew, so did my responsibilities. Upon graduation I was offered a full time Project Coordinator position, and over the past two years I have been promoted three times and now serve as Associate with both client-facing and firm-wide fin/ops responsibilities.

I am excited to be building my career at a company that truly cares for its employees. KCG is a dynamic, collaborative environment that will support you as it drives you to do your best work. It is a culture that pushes you to your highest potential and rewards you when you rise to the challenge. As a young professional who is passionate about problem solving and eager to work in a fast-paced environment where I can make a meaningful impact, I truly believe there is no better place to make my mark than the Knowledge Capital Group.

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About the Author
Misty Antonacci
Associate

Misty Antonacci, Associate, joined the KCG team in Fall 2018. In her role, she supports the consulting team on a variety of client projects and facilitates internal firm operations.

Antonacci joined KCG though an internship during her senior year at the College of Charleston. She earned a degree in Mathematics with a focus in Actuarial Studies. She also competed a minor in Women’s and Gender Studies, and conducted research on women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. She graduated magna cum laude from the Honors College at the College of Charleston in May of 2019 and joined KCG full time shortly after.