Who We Are—The New York Jobs CEO Council is a results-oriented coalition led by the CEOs of some of the largest employers in New York.

Board of Directors—The Council is overseen by the Board of Directors, comprising CEOs of some of New York’s largest employers committed to hiring 100,000 low-income New Yorkers by 2030.


Julie Sweet
Chair & CEO, Accenture
Carmine Di Sibio
Global Chairman & CEO, EY
Arvind Krishna
Chairman & CEO, IBM
Jamie Dimon
Executive Chair of the NY Jobs CEO Council Chairman of the Board & CEO, JPMorgan Chase
Bob Sternfels
Global Managing Partner, McKinsey & Company


Andy Jassy
President & CEO, Amazon
Peter Grauer
Chairman, Bloomberg
Sundar Pichai
CEO, Google
Selwyn M. Vickers, M.D., FACS
President & CEO, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Rob Speyer
President & CEO, Tishman Speyer

Members—Council member CEOs are business leaders committed to supporting and hiring from our talent pools to diversify their workforce and create economic opportunities for low-income New Yorkers.

Peter Zaffino
Chairman & CEO, AIG
Steve Squeri
Chairman & CEO, American Express
Greg Case
CEO, Aon
Brian Moynihan
Chairman & CEO, Bank of America
Laurence Fink
Chairman & CEO, BlackRock
Jane Fraser
CEO, Citi
Tim Cawley
Chairman, President & CEO, Con Edison
Joe Ucuzoglu
Global CEO, Deloitte
Paul Knopp
Chair & CEO, KPMG
Michael Miebach
CEO, Mastercard
Satya Nadella
Chairman & CEO, Microsoft
Brendan Carr
CEO, Mount Sinai
Steve Corwin
President & CEO, NewYork-Presbyterian
Michael J. Dowling
President & CEO, Northwell Health
Paul Griggs
US Senior Partner, PwC
Patrice Louvet
President & CEO, Ralph Lauren Corporation
Bharat Masrani
President & CEO, TD Bank
Charlie Scharf
President & CEO, Wells Fargo

Our Team Leadership–

Kiersten Barnet is the Executive Director of the New York Jobs CEO Council and an experienced leader in advancing diversity and equity in the workplace. She most recently served as Global Head of Bloomberg’s Gender-Equality Index, bringing unprecedented transparency to workforce data at public companies and fortifying the business case for diversity. Kiersten is the co-founder of the U.S. 30% Club, a group of senior business leaders diversifying public-company boardrooms.


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