As EY Global Vice Chair – Diversity & Inclusiveness, Karyn drives innovations that maximize the strength and effectiveness of EY personnel by embracing diversity. She oversees EY’s integrated approach to diversity and inclusiveness (D&I) - the EY Culture Change Continuum: a roadmap for success, which enables leaders to foster an inclusive environment, where people can better leverage their diverse skills, experiences and cultural backgrounds.
A member of the EY Executive Committee, Karyn co-chairs the EY Global Diversity & Inclusiveness Steering Committee and the EY Americas Inclusiveness Advisory Council. She began her EY career as a tax professional more than 20 years ago before shifting her focus to help shape the organization’s talent, human resources and D&I leadership culture. Karyn works with clients and stakeholders in these efforts around the world.
Karyn earned a Bachelor’s degree in accounting from Miami University (Ohio) and a Master’s degree in taxation from Fordham University. She is certified in strategic human resource nanagement from Harvard University Graduate School of Business and a licensed CPA in New York.
How Karyn is building a better working world
“We believe that when people can be themselves at work and feel a strong sense of belonging at work, they can provide the best possible cross-cultural and global services to clients.
Creating a sense of belonging is pivotal to aligning business practices with a commitment to social progress. And when different voices join together, it can also pave the way toward a more sustainable, inclusive future, not only driving a lasting impact on business but also on our communities.”