Greg Szczesny has joined PwC US LLP as a managing director in the firm’s expanding risk assurance practice. Szczesny will play a leading role developing the firm's conflict minerals service offering.
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PwC is making significant investments in helping companies address provisions within the Dodd Frank Act around conflict minerals. Szczesny will help drive this service, which includes delivering large-scale readiness projects to clients across all industries, focusing specifically in health care, retail and industrial products.
“Joining PwC’s Risk Assurance practice is the perfect fit for my background and I look forward to leveraging my previous experience working in conflict minerals to guide my clients through these new regulatory issues,” Szczesny said in a statement. “In addition, I’m happy to be joining a prestigious company such as PwC, and working with a team of valued and dedicated individuals.”
Prior to PwC, Szczesny spent seven years at KPMG where he most recently was the national leader in the firm's Conflict Minerals Center of Excellence. Before he got into conflict minerals he conducted multi-year audit for a global diversified industrial firm, where he handled internal audits and recommending process improvements across global manufacturing facilities. He also held various leadership roles within Stryker Orthopaedics’ global supply chain organization.
Szczesny attended the U.S. Military Academy where he received his B.S. in systems engineering and he earned his MBA in finance from Auburn University. He is a certified Project Management Professional, an ASQ certified Six Sigma Black Belt as well as a Senior Professional Human Resources. Szczesny is an active member of the Auburn University MBA Advisory Board and serves on the leadership committee for his local chapter of the American Society for Quality.