As EY Americas Family Enterprise Leader, Carrie leads the EY family enterprise network comprised of professionals throughout North, Central and South America, responsible for providing a broad range of services to family enterprise clients.
Working closely with other country leaders across the globe, she helps provide a fully integrated approach for both the family and the enterprise, wherever they may reside.
She is a trusted advisor and has been published in national and global publications including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Harvard Business Review, Fortune and Financial Times.
As an Assurance Partner, she has more than 30 years of experience serving family enterprises as well as coordinating services for a variety of other public and private clients across multiple industries.
She received a BS in Accountancy from the University of Central Florida and a certificate in Family Business Advising from The Family Firm Institute.
How Carrie is building a better working world
“I work with business-owning families holistically to help their objectives, strategies and structures promote the sustainability of the enterprise – no matter the disruptive forces – while at the same time focusing on strengthening the family, fostering the cohesion of its members and maintaining its legacy.
Within EY, I have served on a number of task forces focused on the service approach for private companies as well as a variety of practice matters, including retention, flexibility and inclusiveness.”