Uschi Schreiber
I am interested in helping to shape our response to a world in transition – citizens, business and governments all have a role in creating our future societal construct.

Uschi Schreiber

Former EY Global Vice Chair – Markets, Chair of Global Accounts Committee

Working with people around the world on solving complex problems and implementing lasting change. Named one of LinkedIn’s global top voices of 2016 in management and culture.

Uschi was a member of the EY Global Executive until June 2018. In this role, she was responsible for our go-to-market approach and globally integrated planning across service lines, sectors and geographies. This included responsibility for providing seamless, international services to EY clients.

She also led and managed functions such as strategy and analysis, industry programs, alliance partnerships, global knowledge provision, middle market strategy, business development, digital services, digital tools and methods, alumni programs and global trade networks.

She is a transformational leader with extensive experience in driving change in large and complex organizations. Prior to joining EY, Uschi was CEO of a multi-billion dollar health organization. She also has extensive experience in policy and governance.

Originally from Germany, she has lived and worked in Europe, Asia and Australia with experience spanning mature and emerging markets.

How Uschi is building a better working world

"Uschi is passionate about leading change. She is a sought after public speaker and avid blogger, contributing to the public debate on issues such as technology, disruption, leadership, gender and health.

She is a leader in progressing women’s issues in an international context and promoting diversity and inclusiveness. She initiated our global Women. Fast forward program on gender parity and is the founder of the Worldwide Women Public Sector Leaders Network. She is a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on the Future of Government and an advisor and board member of the Women in Parliaments Global Forum."