Employment Law Leader, Office of the General Counsel
Wendy Kornreichhas over 20 years experience advising and training human capital professionals, diversity and inclusion practitioners and other executives on issues that impact the full employment lifecycle. At PwC, these efforts have resulted in a transformational change in the way the firm approaches its diversity and broader human capital efforts and specifically in the way the human capital, diversity and inclusion and legal functions work together to help the firm achieve its human capital goals. As the primary legal advisor to PwC, Wendy has been a key member of the human capital teams that worked on a wide array of award-winning and externally recognized programs and initiatives, including innovative training and development activities, diversity initiatives and broader business/human capital programs. Wendy received her undergraduate degree in Economics from Rutgers University and her law degree at Harvard. After spending 10 years in private practice, she joined PwC as an employment law attorney in 1999, became the leader of the employment law group in 2001 and was admitted to the partnership in 2002. In the spring of 2007, she became the Diversity Champion for PwC's internal services (i.e., non client-facing) functions as well.