Deloitte CEO Barry Salzberg (right) poses before the Administration Building with Byron Spruell (BSME ’87, MBA ’89), a Deloitte managing partner.
Barry Salzberg, Global CEO of DeloitteTouche Tohmatsu Limited, will speak to the University of Notre Dame students,
faculty and staff at 10:40 a.m. on Friday (Nov. 2) in the Mendoza College of
Business’ Jordan Auditorium. Salzberg’s talk is part of the College’s annual
fall Boardroom Insights Speaker Series, where corporate leaders and senior
executives discuss current business issues and industry trends.
Salzberg also will be on hand for the dedication
later that afternoon of the Notre Dame Deloitte Center for Ethical Leadership,
a new academic center at the Mendoza College of Business made possible
by a generous gift from professional services organization. The center focused
on advancing ethical leadership in business, including research, thought
leadership and the dissemination of practical ethics related content to the
business community in the United States as well as around the world.
Joining Deloitte in 1977, Salzberg advanced through
a variety of leadership roles and was admitted as partner in 1985. In 2000, he
assumed full leadership of the Deloitte Tax LLP practice, which included
regional responsibility for the Americas tax practice. After serving as the
U.S. managing partner from 2003 to 2007, Salzberg was elected as the CEO of
Deloitte LLP in June 2007. He also is a member of Deloitte’s U.S. Board of
Directors, the Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Global Executive Committee, and the DTT
Global Board of Directors.
During his tenure,
the national Deloitte Tax practice increased its market share significantly,
moving to first position from, and received numerous awards and citations.
Salzberg is a member of the New York State Bar Association, the American
Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the New York State Society of
Certified Public Accountants and the New York County Lawyers Association. He is
also a board member of business organizations including the Center for Audit
Quality, Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy, and the Partnership for
New York. Additionally, he is an advisor to the G100, advisory board member of
International Business Leaders Forum, and International Councilor to the Center
for Strategic & International Studies.
Known in the marketplace for his commitment to building opportunities for
tomorrow’s leaders and fostering diversity within the workplace, Salzberg
serves as a board member of College Summit and Vanderbilt University’s Owen
School of Management. He is also the chair of the Capital Steering Committee
for the YMCA of Greater New York.
He received his undergraduate degree in Accounting from Brooklyn College, his
J.D. from Brooklyn Law School, and his LLM in Taxation from the New York
University School of Law.