A photographic portrait of Angela Milano
My purpose is to lead so that everyone succeeds.

Angela Milano

EY US-West Corporate Responsibility Leader

Purpose-driven corporate responsibility leader, focused on entrepreneurship and mentoring. Agile and curious about everything. Family focused. Mentor. World traveler. Foodie. Arts supporter.

Angela leads the Corporate Responsibility function at Ernst & Young LLP (“EYUS”) across the US-West region of 15,000 professionals in 18 states and 27 offices. Angela focuses on skills-based volunteerism that supports our communities, develops and engages EY professionals, and helps strengthen relationships with clients.

Angela was an early developer and is a continuous contributor to EY Connect Day, the firm’s annual volunteer day of service, in which 19,000+ professionals from members firms in the EY global organization participate annually across the Americas.  Angela has developed many skills-based volunteering programs that fulfill our purpose of building a better working world, including two modules for our new workshops around supporting the next generation.

Angela manages high value partnerships with global non-profit organizations, such as NFTE (Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship) and Girls Who Code.

Angela is a member of The Trevor Project’s Corporate Member Network on behalf of EYUS.

Angela earned a BA in Art History from San Francisco State University.

How Angela is building a better working world 

“I build a better working world by developing high-impact programs and building transformative relationships that help make positive impacts across the globe to support the next generation of inclusive leaders. Not only do I build these relationships with our clients and third party collaborators, but also with the hundreds of youth I’ve mentored and had the opportunity to see transformed by the work EYUS is leading. 

By collaborating with organizations and creating an inclusive and sustainable impact for everyone, I am proud to build a world that is better for everyone. ”