Photographic portrait of Sue Tame
The transition to a net-zero circular economy will be the biggest challenge to face the chemical industry this century.

Sue Tame

EY Americas Chemicals and Advanced Materials Industry Leader

Supports chemical companies as they rethink their growth strategy, embrace digital transformation, create agile business models and enhance customer intimacy. Australian. Enjoys travel and genealogy.

As Chemicals and Advanced Materials Leader for the EY US-East, Sue has worked all over the world in chemicals, petroleum and industrial products sectors.

Sue helps clients adapt to changing trends, including digitization and the growing role that sustainability and circular economy are playing in the chemicals industries.

She has served as the global client services collaborator  for some of the largest chemical and petroleum companies in the world, overseeing service delivery and relationship management.

Sue earned her Bachelor of Business Administration from Griffith University and master’s degree from Monash University, both in Australia. 

How Sue is building a better working world

“I strongly believe that EY legacy in building a better working world begins with EY people, and my source of pride is the number of people I have developed or mentored into leadership positions. The EY organization is successful if we make the individual successful. If we make that individual successful, then their project will be successful.”