Patricia Mulvaney

Country: United States

Patricia Mulvaney became a member of the International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants in January 2016. She was nominated by PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Ms. Mulvaney is a Partner in the US firm of PricewatherhouseCoopers LLP (PwC). Since July 2010, she has been responsible for various areas that comprise PwC's firm-wide Ethics & Compliance program, including Ethics and Investigations; Personal Independence Compliance; CPA Licensing and CPE Compliance; Privacy, Confidentiality, and Records and Information Management; and education and messaging activities related to regulatory requirements and internal policies across these and other Ethics & Compliance areas.

Prior to joining the Ethics & Compliance group, Ms. Mulvaney was an Audit Partner in PwC's Entertainment, Media & Communications practice where she served a variety of clients ranging in size from major multinational corporations to mid-cap private companies to not-for-profit organizations. During her career at PwC, she also contributed to firm-wide learning and professional development initiatives. She currently serves on the Board of the PwC Charitable Foundation as its Treasurer.

Ms. Mulvaney has been an active leader in volunteer activities outside of PwC, including as Executive Committee member of the Board of Trustees of the New York Foundling, Board Chair of the Mott Haven Academy Charter School, and member of the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business Advisory Board, from which she graduated with a BSBA in accounting.

Ms. Mulvaney is a certified public accountant in New York and New Jersey, and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the New York State Society of CPAs. She is also a Fellow member of the Ethics & Compliance Initiative, a nonprofit organization working to be a catalyst in fostering the highest levels of integrity in organizations worldwide by presenting new ideas and benchmarks grounded in research. 

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