On the latest episode of 13, Carmine Di Sibio ’85, P’18,’21 discusses his journey from his days as a Colgate student to becoming CEO of one of the world’s leading consulting firms. Learn how the liberal arts serve Di Sibio as he navigates a complex and constantly evolving organization.
Di Sibio leads one of the largest professional services organizations in the world, with more than 350,000 people in 150 countries. Prior to being elected to his current position, he served as EY global managing partner – client service.
Di Sibio has spearheaded innovation efforts at EY, including leading a $1 billion investment in new technology solutions over a two-year timeframe announced in August 2018. He helped create the Global Innovation Team to redefine how EY uses technology to transform existing services and create new solutions. As a leader of the company’s acquisitions and alliances strategy, he assisted in expanding EY offerings in a wide range of new and emerging fields.
Since joining EY in 1985, Di Sibio has served as an advisory and assurance partner for many of the company’s largest financial services accounts. He held several leadership positions, including chair of the Global Financial Services Markets Executive and regional managing partner for the Americas Financial Services Organization, where he started EY Risk Management and Regulatory Services.
Di Sibio earned his bachelor’s in chemistry from Colgate University and his MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business. He is also a practicing CPA and serves as a Colgate University Board of Trustees member.
Each episode of 13, Colgate’s biweekly podcast, digs into the work of a University community member by asking questions. Episodes highlight the wide array of academic disciplines at Colgate, with interviews featuring faculty from political science, sociology and anthropology, physics and astronomy, women’s studies, English, Africana and Latin American studies, and many more.
Previous episodes of 13 have featured: Rebecca Shiner, Mark Shiner, Rebecca Downing, Mark Divine ‘85, Niranjan Davray, Peter Klepeis, Dan Joseph, Andres Guhl, Marietta Cheng, Jessica Graybill, Lyosha Gorshkov, Masha Hedberg, Valerie Morkevičius, Nancy Ries, Daniel Bertrand Monk, Peter Balakian, Sam Rosenfeld, DeWitt Godfrey, Esther Rosbrook, Rebecca Shiner, Dawn LaFrance, Brittney Dorow ’17, Mari Prauer, Carolyn Guile, Nancy Ries, Joanna Holvey-Bowles, Martin Wong, Pamela Gramlich, Dorsey Spencer Jr., Danielle Nied, Hanna Rodriguez-Farrar, F. Scott Kraly, Kerra Hunter, Joe Levy, Nicki Moore, Ken Valente, Sarah Keen, Daniel Benton ’80, Laura H. Jack, Carrie Keating, Robert Kraynak, Dan Gough, Jennifer Tomlinson, Ana Jimenez, Alicia Simmons, Juan Fernando Ibarra Del Cuentro, Karen Harpp, Kwazi Konadu, Paul McLoughlin II, Anthony Aveni, Robert Garland, Ryan Hall, Craig Hatkoff ’76, Susan Thomson, Nick Kokonas ’91, Jessica Graybill, Brian W. Casey, Jeff Bary, Jennifer Brice, Ellen Percy Kraly, Danielle Lupton, Ynesse Abdul-Malak, Nimanthi Rajasingham, and John Pumilio.