Photographic portrait of Lisa Hartkopf
Change is happening at unprecedented speed and the disruption that left its wake is unheard of. We need to identify ways to innovate and evolve operations and risk management to avoid being disrupted.

Lisa Hartkopf

EY US-Central Advanced Manufacturing Consulting Markets Leader

Highly experienced consulting and risk leader. Bringing the depth and breadth of consulting to advanced manufacturing. Leader of ideas. Hiker. Skier. Mother.

As the Advanced Manufacturing Consulting Markets Leader, Lisa works closely with leadership across consulting to drive innovation, thought leadership, strategy and client service for EY risk services.

Lisa joined EY in 2002 and has spent more than 15 years in the risk practice, including five years as the EY Americas Internal Audit Leader. She also helped lead clients to the future state of internal audit, focusing on analytics, emerging risks, continuous control monitoring and aligning IA to risks that really matter to the organization.

In her current role, Lisa is bringing the breath of the consulting landscape (such as finance, supply chain, technology, and digital) to the advanced manufacturing sector.

She works with EY teams to help them understand sector trends and opportunities, and leads advanced manufacturing companies in aerospace and defense, diversified industrial products and chemicals toward opportunities to continuously transform and improve.

Lisa earned a BS in Accounting from Purdue University.

How Lisa is building a better working world

“My driving purpose is bringing knowledge and insights to help others achieve collective success and growth. To do that, I bring them the full scope of consulting capabilities – whether it’s in finance, supply chain, risk, technology or digital – and encourage them to think from the outside in.

Advance manufacturing companies are facing several challenges as they transform to beat disruption, with the most critical arising in the areas of supply chain, cyber and customer experience. Some organizations have made great strides in conquering supply chain disruption. Others have been forced to step up their cyber capabilities. But customer experience can be the most challenging, as it requires business leaders to get out of their organizations and understand how they are perceived by the general public.

Managing simultaneous disruption is a major challenge, one that I’m helping organizations to overcome every day.”

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