US People Innovation Leader, PwC
Anne builds and drives innovative solutions for complex issues. She anticipates market trends and prepares for people-related implications. Anne helps the firm navigate organizational change from start to completion -- identifying key issues, designing solutions, executing on plans and assessing their outcomes. Anne leads the firm’s Flexibility2TM initiative, which has transformed the firm’s business model by injecting more everyday flexibility into the culture, while meeting changing business needs.
She is a recognized expert in understanding the next generation of workers and generational differences in the workplace. Anne speaks on these topics at numerous events and in media publications, including the Great Place to Work Institute’s annual conference, MIT’s Sloan Executive Education program, Fortune magazine and CNNMoney. Partnering with the University of Southern California and the London Business School, Anne led PwC’s NextGen global study – a look into how Millennials view and impact the workplace.
Anne’s deep knowledge of human capital issues draws upon her 30 years of experience at PwC where she has held diverse roles across client service, operations, diversity and firm strategy. Earlier in her career, she joined forces with PwC's Office of Diversity to create the Black Professionals Forum, an annual leadership forum to acknowledge and address challenges encountered by minorities within the profession. She later adapted the concept to create the firm's first-ever Latino and GLBT forums and also created the Diamond Program, which provides career path architecture for PwC's highest performing minority senior managers and directors.
A graduate of California State University, Northridge with a BS in Accountancy, Anne resides in Los Angeles with her twin girls, Grace and Kathryn.