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Sarah McEneaney

Posted on Mar 21, 2019 by in Uncategorized |

Sarah McEneaney is a Partner and the Digital Talent Leader for PwC across the US and Mexico. A member of the People Leadership Team, she is responsible for enabling success across all talent elements of PwC’s digital transformation priorities. A firm believer in the power of employee experience in future-proofing organizations, Sarah is passionate about amplifying business potential by combining talent with technology skills and tools. She is a recognized leader with respect to organizational diversity and inclusion and is driven to level the opportunity field for people of all genders and those from underestimated populations.

Known for her approach as a constructive change agent, Sarah stays close to evolving practices around the future of work and developments in emerging technologies. She is focused on trends in People Analytics, EdTech and FinTech, especially digital learning solutions, blockchain applications and payments technologies. She draws on extensive experience serving global clients across the technology, financial services and healthcare industries, advising them on various operational, financial, regulatory and product challenges and opportunities.

She volunteers with MassChallenge, a startup accelerator, which supports early stage, high impact entrepreneurs and sits on the Advisory Board for Brandeis University’s MS in Digital Innovation program. Sarah also serves as a board member of the Boston Chamber of Commerce Women’s Network Advisory Board and of the Irish Educational Foundation. She was recognized with an “Irish Woman of Influence” award in 2010.

Prior to joining PwC’s Chicago office, Sarah spent time with PwC in Ireland, London, New York, Seattle, Sydney and Boston where she also gained private sector experience.

She is a CPA in addition to holding a Chartered Accounting designation from Ireland. She earned a Bachelor of Science from University College Cork and an MBA from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business, both with honors.