Press release
22 Jun 2022 

Angie Christie named EY US-Central Region Vice Chair

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Ernst & Young LLP (EY US) announces the appointment of Angie Christie as EY US-Central Region Vice Chair, effective July 1, 2022. Christie, who will join the EY US Executive Committee, EY Americas Operating Executive and Global Practice Group, succeeds Julie Boland, who was recently elected EY US Chair and Managing Partner and appointed Americas Managing Partner.

“Angie is a natural fit to continue growth in the Region and support our high-performing teams,” said Julie Boland, EY US Chair and Managing Partner Americas Managing Partner – Elect. “She is known for her transformation capabilities, inspiring both companies and individuals to ask better questions in order to solve complex issues.”

Christie will be responsible for enabling the US-Central Region’s 18,000 professionals in 42 offices to build a better working world for the firm’s people, clients and communities.

During her 27-year tenure at EY US, Christie has consistently demonstrated a commitment to quality and a dedication to the spirit of collaboration, teaming across sectors to bring greater value to clients and delivering the full power of the global EY organization. She has served as the US-Central Region Tax Managing Principal, Southeast Region Tax Managing Principal, Southeast Region Business Tax Services Leader and Florida Tax Market Leader.

“It’s an honor to step into this role and lead such a diverse group of talented professionals,” said Christie. “I’m committed to helping our people and our clients practice a growth mindset and navigate global change, while continuing to make an impact in our local communities.”

Leveraging her experience with multinational organizations and large private companies, Christie advances the US-Central Region as a pacemaker for innovation. She will assist companies in the transformation of their tax operating models and help them address business needs to keep pace in today’s highly competitive and dynamic environment.

Christie earned a BA from the University of Michigan–Ann Arbor and a JD and an LLM in Taxation from the University of Miami School of Law.

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