Member Since 2021
Ernst & Young
New York City Area
I serve as the Global Chief Innovation Officer of EY, one of the largest professional services organizations in the world, which has almost 300,000 people serving clients in more than 150 countries. In my role, I work across the entire organization to help identify, share and scale leading ideas. I lead the Global Innovation team, challenging everything from the way EY operates internally to how it provides services to its clients. Part of the Global Innovation team’s remit is to research and explore new technologies to transform the EY business. I have experience working in technology in Silicon Valley and across strategy, investing and building new ventures globally. Throughout my career, I have built new businesses across various concepts, including local commerce, B2B exchanges, services, mobile and big data at Boston Consulting Group, JAFCO America Ventures, J.P. Morgan Partners and eBay. Outside of EY, I sit on the Oxford Foundry Board of the University of Oxford and the Advisory Board of AI4All. I am a member on the Business Council of the Asia Society and the founding Chair of Asia Society’s Technology and Innovation Council, helping drive the innovation and transformation agenda. In addition, I am a member of The World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council on Innovation Ecosystems. I'm also a fellow of the Aspen Finance Leaders Fellowship and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network. I have an AB in Economics, master’s degrees in Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management and an MBA from Stanford University.
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