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Kelly Grier

U.S. Chairman and Managing Partner and Americas Managing Partner, EY

Kelly Grier is EY’s US Chair and Managing Partner and Americas Managing Partner, leading more than 80,000 people in 31 countries, with annual revenue of $17.2 billion.

She chairs the US Executive Committee and Americas Operating Executive and represents EY in regulatory relationships. Her leadership portfolio includes membership on EY’s Global Executive and Global Practice Group. She serves as Executive Sponsor for EY’s focus on diversity and inclusiveness.

During her 29-year tenure at EY, Kelly has had extensive experience working around the globe as a client service partner and senior advisor on Fortune 500 Audit and Consulting clients. Kelly is now a senior consulting partner on several of EY’s largest accounts. Previously, she was Vice Chair, Central Regional Managing Partner, where she led 10,000 professionals across 15 states and 17 offices.

Kelly also served as Americas Vice Chair, Talent, where she focused on creating an exceptional experience for all EY people in the Americas, and served on the Global Talent Executive.

Recognized for her work, she was named to the Fortune Most Powerful Women in Business list in 2018, 2019, and 2020; 2019 Crain’s 50 Most Powerful Women in New York list; and the 2019 and 2020 Most Powerful Women in the Accounting Profession list by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) and CPA Practice Advisor magazine. Additionally, she has been recognized as an Anti-Defamation League’s “Woman of Achievement,” as well as a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader.

Outside of EY, Kelly co-chairs the Trilateral Task Force on Global Capitalism in Transition, an international task force on the future of capitalism, and serves on the CEO Action for Racial Equality Governing Committee. Kelly also serves on the boards for Carnegie Hall, Catalyst, Partnership for New York City, the Peterson Institute for International Economics, and the Ravinia Festival. She is also a member of the Council of Foreign Relations and the Chicago Network. Kelly received a BA in Accounting from Saint Mary’s College.