Kyle focuses on public policy and regulatory issues that affect the EY organization and the broader capital markets. He works with policymakers, regulators, investors and other stakeholders to inform EY views and actions, and to help EY navigate the complexity of operating across the globe in over 150 countries.
Prior to his current role, Kyle held a variety of roles across the EY organization. Most recently, he led product development and innovation within EY’s global political risk team. He previously held several roles in the M&A and audit practices. He began his career as an auditor.
In addition to his role at EY, Kyle serves on the board of Victory Programs, a Boston-based nonprofit, and teaches political risk 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 are living through a transformative time – business, government and civil society each have a role to play in engaging with one another and working together to solve society’s greatest challenges. I am honored to play a small role in that dialogue around issues such as transparency, accountability and diversity and inclusion.”