Marna Ricker
We are uniquely positioned as a globally integrated organization to take advantage of Tax as a distinctive asset. I am proud to lead diverse teams that can support clients’ needs.

Marna Ricker

EY Americas Vice Chair — Tax

Transformational business leader. Passionate about enabling talent and promoting inclusiveness and empowerment. Glass-ceiling breaker. Mother.

An EY veteran of more than 20 years, Marna is the EY Americas Vice Chair — Tax. She advises the overall tax strategy, client services and tax offering development for the 15,000-person EY Americas  Tax services. She ensures that the Americas tax strategy aligns with the overall Americas and Global Tax objectives. 

Prior to her current role, Marna held various leadership roles in the organization, including most recently as the EY US Central Tax Leader. Marna’s experience includes assisting multinational companies in global transformation efforts, improving financial structuring as well as tax compliance and reporting. She remains active in client service as the lead tax partner for an industry-leading manufacturing company.

Marna has a keen interest in driving the future of tax through innovation and the exploration and application of technology. She earned a Juris Doctor degree from University of Cincinnati College of Law and a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Ohio State University. 

How Marna is building a better working world

“The need for talent development is growing exponentially in an incredibly complex tax and technology-driven world. Leadership development is one of my passions, and I am invested in bringing forward leading class tax professionals by providing the right training, coaching and experiences.

“Building transformational leaders who put EY clients’ business agendas and challenges first is a significant priority for me. We are committed to teaming across service lines and the global EY network. The goal is to provide consistent, exceptional service to EY clients, and we’ll get there through the talents and capabilities of extraordinatory teams.” 

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