EY appoints Uschi Schreiber to Global Executive board

London, 11 August 2014

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EY is delighted to announce the appointment of Uschi Schreiber to Global Vice Chair – Markets and Chair of the Global Accounts Committee. The role sits on EY’s Global Executive – the company’s most senior management body. In this role she will represent EY’s largest accounts on the Global Executive.

Schreiber comes to this role after serving as EY’s Global Sector Leader for its Government & Public Service practice from 2010 to 2014. She will continue to remain as EY’s Global Markets Leader, responsible for the organization's globally integrated go-to-market approach.

Schreiber is responsible for EY’s global market enablement functions of Knowledge, Industry, Strategic Growth Markets, Innovation, Strategy and Planning, and Business Development. She is active in the market with the European Commission, World Economic Forum and the B20 Task Force.

Schreiber is recognized globally as a diversity and inclusiveness leader. She was appointed last month to the Women in Parliaments (WIP) Global Forum Advisory Board. WIP is an independent, international and non-partisan foundation with the purpose of advancing society by building a network between women in Parliaments. The role of the WIP Advisory Board is to ensure the foundation meets its goals and executes its strategy by inspiring political and public confidence. 

In addition to her external role with WIP, she is the founder of the Worldwide Women Public Sector Leaders Network, which now has more than 1,500 members.

Succeeding Schreiber in her previous role, EY has appointed George Atalla to the role of Global Sector Leader to its Government & Public Sector practice.


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