Kyle advises C-suite leaders and directors on strategic challenges related to geopolitics, climate and public policy.
He has held a range of roles across the EY network including in government relations, political risk and M&A advisory. In 2017, Kyle co-founded and launched the EY Geostrategic Business Group including the establishment of the Wharton Political Risk Lab at the University of Pennsylvania.
Outside of EY, Kyle is an active member of the US-Japan Council and American Chamber of Commerce, Japan. He regularly lectures on political risk and previously taught at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service.
He is a Certified Public Accountant and earned his BBA in Accounting from the Commonwealth Honors College of the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
How Kyle is building a better working world
“We live in extraordinary times filled with deep uncertainty and great opportunity. As business leaders seek to navigate this increasingly volatile, unpredictable, complex and ambiguous operating environment, I am honored to play a small role in helping to reduce complexity and help leaders develop strategies that generate sustainable, long-term value.”