Jeff is the EY Global Chief Innovation Officer, challenging everything from the way EY operates internally to how we provide services to our clients.
He works across the entire organization to help identify, share and scale the best ideas. Additionally, part of the EY Global Innovation team’s remit is to research and explore new technologies.
He brings deep experience across strategy, investing and building new ventures globally. Throughout his career, he has built new businesses across various concepts, including local commerce, B2B exchanges, services, mobile and big data at Boston Consulting Group, JAFCO America Ventures, J.P. Morgan Partners and eBay.
Jeff sits on the Oxford Foundry Board, Oxford University and the Advisory Board for AI4All, a non-profit organization working to increase diversity and inclusion in artificial intelligence. He is also a member of the Forbes Technology Council.
Jeff has an AB in Economics, master’s degrees in Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management and an MBA from Stanford University.
How Jeff is building a better working world
“At EY, when we put together our access to data with our trusted relationships, we can transform companies and entire industries.
Our ability to have an impact on the working world, and our opportunity to change how we work, is remarkable. I’ m excited every day about the chance to forge ahead with the teams at EY.”