As Innovation and Strategy Leader for the EY Knowledge Transformation group, Rudy works to help shape the 800-person transformation strategy. He works closely with product leaders to launch innovation programs that support better user experiences across the suite of Knowledge tools.
Prior to joining EY, he was the cofounder of a technology company that was later acquired as well as a management consultant in NY, helping Fortune 100 and education clients on issues of strategy and innovation.
Rudy earned his PhD in Developmental Neuroscience from The Rockefeller University and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Biology from Arizona State University’s Barrett Honors College.
How Rudy is building a better working world
“As cognitive psychologists and anthropologists have pointed out, ideas undergo Darwinian selection, just like genes do. I am helping to build a better working world by focusing on the ideas that have Darwinian staying power. Together with others at EY I help create, shape and share the organization’s brightest ideas so that clients receive the best from our 260,000 EY people.”