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Convergence of humans and technology will impact society in the most significant way. I’m passionate about helping the world see the possibilities for humanity — making the impossible, possible.

Martin Fiore

EY US East Region Tax Managing Partner

Transformation optimist. Futurist and change agent. Focused on purpose, facilitating personal and professional growth. Committed to promoting lifelong learning.

As Managing Partner for the EY US East Region Tax practice, Martin focuses on enabling 1,800 Tax professionals to deliver exceptional client service, operational excellence and drive market growth.

He is a member of Americas Tax Leadership team and the Americas Inclusiveness Advisory Council.

Previously, Martin served as EY Americas Tax Talent Leader, overseeing the strategic direction of developing exceptional careers for 13,000 Tax professionals in 30 countries.

Martin regularly contributes thought leadership on business, technology and talent topics. He is a frequent business-media interview subject on disruption and transformation driven by new technologies and their impacts.

Martin is active in organizations related to youth education and job programs, including Chairperson, Champions of Quality Education; Member, School of Business Advisory Board, Norfolk State University; and Graduate Alumni Board of Directors, Notre Dame University’s Mendoza Graduate School of Business.

How Martin is building a better working world

“Innovation and disruption are impacting society like we’ve never experienced before, bringing enormous opportunities for humanity while also raising questions of responsibility for guardrails around technological development, especially in areas such as ethics, trust and privacy.

Together, with an ecosystem of stakeholders from business, education, government, faith-based organizations and communities, I’ve helped launch a movement to raise awareness and solicit support to preserve and maximize humanity in an era of tremendous technology advancement. EY teams are embracing the acceleration of change to build a better working world.

Just as EY professionals have traditionally played an important role in promoting quality, ethics and business integrity, I believe EY professionals have a responsibility to clients, employees and communities to do all they can to ensure people come first. I am committed to being a catalyst for positive change for humanity.”

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