Amy Brachio
Sustainable thinking is no longer a differentiator, it’s a necessity. When it comes to sustainability and climate change, we all need to commit to being a part of the solution.

Amy M. Brachio

EY Global Vice Chair - Sustainability

A voice for working women. Passionate about diversity and inclusiveness. Mother. Wife.

Amy leads EY’s sustainability and climate change agenda globally. She works across all of EY to support the design and delivery of services to help EY clients achieve their sustainability agenda, provide EY professionals with opportunities to upskill and engage on sustainability, and lead the organization’s environmental strategy, targeting a 40% reduction in carbon emissions by 2025.

Amy joined the EY Global Sustainability team as Deputy Vice Chair in 2022, focused on developing EY’s services to support clients in creating business value from their sustainability strategies and accelerating their transition to a lower carbon future.

Amy has over 25 years of experience in supporting large financial institutions on their consumer protection agendas, and advising leaders on risk, resilience and transformation.

Amy is a Certified Public Accountant in Alabama and Minnesota and received her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Accounting from the University of Alabama. She is the mother to two inspiring daughters, and lover of all things in Minnesota.

How Amy is building a better working world

Amy is passionate about the role of social equity in business and is a champion of diversity, inclusiveness and belonging. She is committed to developing the diverse and skilled talent that organizations need to embed sustainable business practices and drive long-term value, and acts as a role model for learning and development in EY. She was amongst the first cohort to achieve the EY / Hult Masters in Sustainability in 2023.

Amy currently serves on the Board for Junior Achievement’s North Chapter in Minneapolis. She is a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council focused on energy transition.

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