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Margaret Morrison

Experience and Achievements at-a-Glance

Margaret built her career on helping corporations grow, including EY and Xerox, by helping their people grow. The outcomes of her insights, innovation, and leadership have been game changing.

Notable Highlights

  • Created and executed growth strategies that generated double-digit improvement, from $280K to $5B, within a critical business unit

  • Designed organization change and business evolution to move from a NY-centric model to a national organization

  • Expanded product development, marketing, business development, and go-to-market efforts focused on risk, regulatory, cybersecurity, digital, operations, technology, and managed services

  • Transformed internal business model leveraging offshore resources, AI, and digital processes to increase efficiencies

  • Developed robust program to better understand client needs and satisfaction

  • Productized offerings to increase profitability and enhance client experience

  • Developed an EY master’s program with Notre Dame and UVA, for new liberal arts hires, to address the new five-year accounting requirement and diminishing supply of accounting graduates

  • Developed a global pursuit strategy to broaden opportunities and increase win rate

Certifications and Trainings  

  • Scaling Up and Rockefeller Habits Coach Certified

  • Certified Everything DiSC® Trainer and Authorized Partner

  • Accredited The Five Behaviors® Trainer and Partner

  • Growth Institute Master Business Courses:  Out Think the Competition, High Stakes Negotiations, Top grading, and Exponential Organizations

  • NACD Governance Fellow 

  • Tracom – Creating Client Connections (CCC)

  • Huthwaite International – SPIN

  • Miller Heiman – SOM and ECE trained

  • MBA, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University

Other Distinctions

  • New York Women’s Foundation, Audit Committee Chair and Executive Committee  

  • Meritus Trust Company, Advisory Board Member

  • International Women’s Forum Member

  • Committee for Economic Development (CED) Co-Chair Subcommittee: Advancing Women in Corporate Leadership

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