Find your purpose with EY in Dallas, where the sky is the limit

EY has been a proud member of the Dallas community and its economy for more than 100 years, with trusted relationships throughout all sectors of the business community, helping area companies, their leaders and our Dallas-based EY teams fulfill their potential.

EY teams in Dallas have unlimited opportunities to enjoy meaningful experiences in work, such as our global cybersecurity site that brings together new technologies, methodologies and cybersecurity strategies to advance virtual collaboration, innovation and new ways of working. We also enjoy meaningful experiences in life through our purpose-driven values that encourage you to be the best version of yourself while helping to build a better working world.

Featured alumni: How EY in Dallas helped shape their life and career

Get to know Mari Pohlman

Mural artist Mari Pohlman is following her dreams in a big way. A former consultant at EY in Dallas, Mari credits the firm for teaching her the skills she needed to turn her art into a sustainable business.

Meet EY people living and working in Dallas

Get to know Aquill Gous

"It’s your attitude, not your aptitude that will determine your altitude."

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"I’m part of the Assurance Services division as an audit senior, based in our Dallas office at Ernst & Young LLP. I came to the United States in March of 2022, from South Africa."


"I was privileged to have been part of the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® Central Plains Awards. By participating and assisting the EY team at the awards ceremony, I realized how far reaching and meaningful the firm’s positive influence can be to those in our community. I can’t wait to get involved in more initiatives and opportunities the firm has to offer by which I can give of myself to help build a better working world."


"Since moving to the US, I have been astonished by the generosity and kindness my friends have extended to me and feel lucky to call this beautiful city and state home. I enjoy spending my time playing golf or pickle ball with friends or just exploring all the incredible restaurants Dallas has to offer. Traveling has always been one of my passions and my goal is to visit all 50 states."

Get to know Allie Koenig

"My favorite teams are those where all members feel safe to speak their mind. "

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"I am a manager focused on Business Transformation in our Financial Services Organization Consulting practice. I’m based in Dallas, Texas."


"Texas is known for favorable business conditions, and I’ve seen firsthand innovation take off in my backyard. Each year I jump at the opportunity to interview Dallas-based companies making waves in the financial services sector for the firm’s Entrepreneur Of The Year® Central Plains Program. I’m also a big believer in building community though connection. My favorite way of developing these relationships over the years has been with my mentors and mentees in the Banking Women’s Network."


"I channel my competitive energy into running marathons around the globe. This goes hand in hand with my favorite charity, the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). I’ve run three marathons on the JDRF charity team and get a step closer to helping cure Type 1 diabetes (T1D) every time. My EY colleagues generously support these ventures, and I’ve also made connections with teammates personally impacted by T1D."

Get to know Emily McIntosh

"Even in the exciting world of today’s emerging technologies, the best solution is often the simplest."

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"I work in our Forensic Technology practice as a senior manager. I enjoy focusing on innovation and specialize in robotics and AI."


"I was fortunate to grow up in a family that emphasized the importance of community and am grateful to work for EY, a firm that continuously supports giving back. I am an adjunct professor at SMU where I try to pass on the many lessons my coaches, mentors and sponsors have shared with me. Additionally, I try to honor my late father’s memory by serving as a Wish Granter for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and as a board member for the American Cancer Society North Texas Chapter."


"I enjoy staying active in the city by running on the Katy Trail, rowing on White Rock Lake and fitting in as many rounds of golf as I can."

Get to know Promit Chakrabarti

"My contribution to building a better working world starts with me serving my team, clients, and society with empathy."

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"I’m the Revenue Management and Billing Solution Leader in Oracle Services at Ernst & Young LLP, based in the Dallas office."


"Giving back to the community and being committed to serving is one of my personal goals. I am passionate about building trusted relationships, mentoring and helping people achieve more than they thought they could be. I am grateful for my recent appointment as an Advisory Board member for Best Buddies International, a non-profit dedicated to fostering one-to-one friendships between people with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities." 


"Left my hometown Kolkata, India in 1996 and lived in several cities across Australia and the US before finally settling in Dallas. I’m married with two children - a14-year-old son and 6-year-old chocolate lab who share the same birth date! We love to travel, explore new cultures and cuisines.  I also enjoy capturing moments through photography."

Dallas is a special place

EY Dallas Office Managing Partner Michelle Vopni shares the reasons Dallas is a special place for people and for business.

Giving back to Dallas

Sharonda Lacy, a senior manager in EY’s Dallas office, talks about her experience giving back to the Dallas community that raised her.

How EY is building a better working world in Dallas

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In Dallas, EY has been intentional in its support of entrepreneurial, high-growth companies for nearly 40 years, recognizing that success, growth and leadership require an entrepreneurial community that is willing to create sustained momentum, equity and opportunity for all the trailblazers out there. We bring together visionary leaders across North Texas through three signature initiatives, including Entrepreneur Of The Year®, Entrepreneurial Winning WomenTM and, more recently, the Entrepreneurs Access Network.

The winners of the Entrepreneur Of The Year 2023 Southwest Award are:

  • Carter Malloy | AcreTrader
  • Darron Eschle | Andrews Logistics Texas, LP
  • Lauren Brooks | Bakery Bling
  • Tanya Biggers | Big Star Transit, LLC
  • Nate Henderson and Ahmed Qureshi | BILT Incorporated
  • Chris Crosby | Compass Datacenters
  • Elyse Dickerson | Eosera
  • Jack Gibbons | FB Society
  • Sheldon Arora | LiquidAgents Healthcare
  • Chris Bradford and Kevin Wang | Newline Interactive
  • Tom Brennan | Sol-Ark
  • Bryan Redmond | Suntex Marinas

Learn more about the Entrepreneur Of The Year® Southwest here Entrepreneur Of The Year Southwest | EY - US

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EY Ripples, our global corporate responsibility program, provides EY people with opportunities to use their knowledge, skills and experience to positively impact millions of lives. Through our support for the next generation and impact entrepreneurs, we extend the value of EY knowledge, networks and services to people and places we might not otherwise reach. In Dallas, our people are strengthening communities and creating shared value for the business world by supporting three areas of focus:

  • Supporting the next generation workforce by helping young and underserved people to develop the mindsets and skills they’ll need to find and sustain meaningful work
  • Working with impact entrepreneurs to scale small and growing businesses that are driving progress toward the UN Sustainable Development Goals
  • Accelerating environmental sustainability by adoption of behaviors, technologies and business models that protect and regenerate the environment while unlocking economic opportunity.
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Action-oriented employee resource groups — what we call EY professional networks — provide stimulating opportunities for all our professionals from diverse backgrounds to form a community, connect internally and externally, create informal mentoring relationships, and strengthen their leadership skills. Our professional networks include:

  • AccessAbilities
  • Black Professional Network
  • International Cultural Exchange Network
  • Latinx Professional Network
  • Pan Asian Professional Network
  • Professional Women’s Network
  • Today’s Families Network
  • Unity — the EY LGBT+ Network
  • Veterans Network

We also offer support groups, including Parents of Children with Special Health Care Needs and Caregivers Circle. We encourage and support our people who wish to start new groups. Also, it is important to note that you do not have to self-identify to participate in our professional networks — they are open to any and all EY employees.

Leading the way to a stronger Dallas

The United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, Dallas Regional Chamber, The DEC Network and EY leaders envision a stronger, more equitable Dallas – one that leverages the city’s rich history of entrepreneurship and innovation to foster access to education, resources and opportunity for all.

Discover more about EY in Dallas

What if our success was measured in the prosperity of others?

EY has been a proud member of the Dallas community and its economy for more than 100 years.

What if our diverse city keeps advancing diversity?

In Dallas, meaningful action and conversations about equality continue to lead to deeper understanding and progress.

What if our established strength could grow others?

Fueled by innovation, Dallas has a long history of recognizing and supporting visionaries and unstoppable entrepreneurs.

What if opening our hearts opened more doors?

Leaders like Thear Suzuki serve as role models to personally give back, while also encouraging other employees to do the same.

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