Beth A. Brooke-Marciniak, Global Vice Chair, Public Policy; Diversity and Inclusiveness Sponsor at EY was featured in an article in Fast Company titled, “Why Former Athletes are More Engaged in their Jobs.”
Beth has public policy responsibility for the firm’s operations in more than 150 countries. In addition, she is the global sponsor for EY’s Diversity and Inclusiveness efforts. She has been named eight times to the list of Forbes “World’s 100 Most Powerful Women”, was named Woman of the Year by Concern Worldwide and has been inducted into the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame.
Beth also leads EY’s Women Athletes Business Network which launched in Rio de Janeiro in 2013. This one-of-a-kind network fosters a unique pipeline of female talent by connecting retired elite athletes with top women leaders around the world. Through mentorship and guidance, the network helps create next-chapter leadership opportunities for some of the world’s greatest athletes while inspiring all women and girls to reach their full potential.
Beth A. Brooke-Marciniak offered welcoming remarks to the EY WABN cohort of mentees at the EY WABN Deedee Corradini Leadership Roundtable during the 2015 IWF World Leadership Conference in Boston this past October. The event covered personal branding, navigating change, and cross-cultural exchange and featured a host of experts and visionaries such as: former All-American and WNBA player Michelle Brooke-Marciniak, entrepreneur and former all-American and WNBA player; Donna De Varona, Olympic Gold Medalist and President of DAMAR Productions; Andrea Corradini, Senior Product Director, Nike Sportswear; Mellissa Fung, Journalist & Author and Karyl Innis, Chairman & CEO, The Innis Company, career expert and featured speaker; adviser to business leaders around the world on matters of their own success.
Visit EY’s Women Athletes Business Network page to keep up with the latest developments on the program here.
Learn more about the EY WABN Program on the IWF Website here.
Meet the rest of the 2016 class of mentees and mentors here.