Global Vice Chair, Public Policy
Beth A. Brooke-Marciniak is responsible for shaping EY’s positions on public policy. She engages with regulators, policy makers, business leaders, investors, and other stakeholders around the world to address the critical issues facing the accounting profession and global capital markets. She is also the global sponsor of EY’s diversity and inclusiveness efforts and a prominent advocate for the benefits of inclusive leadership.
Brooke-Marciniak joined EY in 1981. She has held a number of leadership roles, including US national director of tax advisory services and global and americas vice chair for public policy, sustainability, and stakeholder engagement. Over the course of her career with EY, Brooke-Marciniak has served some of the largest companies in the insurance, financial services, and healthcare industries. Brooke-Marciniak worked in the US Department of the Treasury during the Clinton administration where she was responsible for all tax policy matters related to insurance and managed care.
Brooke-Marciniak is a member of the inaugural class of the Henry Crown Fellows of The Aspen Institute and of the Committee of 200, which fosters, celebrates, and advances women’s leadership in business. She also serves on the women’s advisory board of the World Economic Forum, and on the boards of Vital Voices and TechnoServe. Brooke-Marciniak is also the co-chair of the International Council on Women’s Business Leadership, now at Georgetown, founded by Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and is regularly named by Forbes magazine as one of the world’s 100 most powerful women.
Brooke-Marciniak is a certified public accountant and a fellow of the Life Management Institute. She has a Bachelor’s degree and an honorary doctorate from Purdue University.