With over 30 years of experience working with Fortune 500 companies, Hank is the EY Global Vice Chair – Transformation, overseeing organization-wide innovation and business transformation efforts to support the development of long term value creation.
He advises C-level executives on leading management techniques, developing risk functions and business transformation. He works with clients to break down silo functions and embed a robust risk culture throughout their organization.
Prior to his current role, he served as EY Vice Chair – Americas Consulting.
Hank is a frequent guest lecturer and contributes to Forbes as well as a number of industry publications. Additionally, he has been cited as a leading industry professional on approaches to risk management, the functions needed to support a comprehensive program and new techniques used to manage risk.
Hank holds an MBA in Finance from the Graduate School of Business at Columbia University and a BA in Economics and Accounting from the College of Holy Cross.
How Hank is building a better working world
Hank’s passion is to help unleash and optimize potential in people and organizations. He is proud to be EY’s Global Executive Sponsor for Disability, championing disability inclusion and embedding inclusive and accessible practices into the client service transformations of the future. Previously, Hank served as EY US Veterans Network Executive Sponsor. Outside of EY, Hank also serves as a Trustee at Harlem Academy, located in Harlem, New York City. The school is focused on preparing students to maximize their potential and is guided by four community pillars: initiative, integrity, compassion and determination.