Karyn Twaronite is EY Global Vice Chair – Diversity, Equity & Inclusiveness. She is a member of the EY Global Practice Group leadership team and the EY Global Talent Committee.
In her role, she is responsible for driving innovations that maximize the strength and effectiveness of the firm’s diverse workforce of almost 400,000 people across 150 countries in the Americas, Asia-Pacific and Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEIA).
Karyn received a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Miami University of Ohio and a Master’s degree in Taxation from Fordham University. She holds a certificate in Strategic Human Resource Management from Harvard Business School and is a graduate of the Partnership for New York City’s David Rockefeller Fellows program. Karyn is a licensed CPA of New York.
She lives in New York City with her husband and son.
How Karyn is building a better working world
“I’m working to help build an inclusive culture where everyone feels a sense of belonging at EY. Only when people feel that they belong at work, can they truly thrive – providing the strongest leadership, collaboration, innovation and value to clients and their teams.
I’m actively listening to many voices and perspectives and learning from them, providing sponsorship, mentoring and building awareness. I proactively use my seat at the leadership table to create more equitable systems, processes, decisions and opportunities around all corners of our EY world.
As the world continues to offer more challenges and stresses, I’m also working with our clients, communities and stakeholders to build stronger, more resilient and inclusive ecosystems.”