Sharda is a member of EY’s Private Equity Practice, serving major global clients. In her more than 29 years with EY, Sharda has held a variety of leadership roles focusing on global entrepreneurial initiatives and client serving roles. As the first CEO of EY’s award winning India Global Talent Hub in India, Sharda was instrumental in the development and implementation of the firm’s India strategy. Sharda is also an active mentor and sponsor in her community and at EY. In 1991, Sharda was the first female Partner of Indian origin at any of the Big Eight firms in the U.S. and the first female partner in the Stamford, Connecticut office. Sharda graduated as valedictorian from Sacred Heart University with a B.S. in Accounting. She received the Gold Medal Award on the CPA Examination in 1982 in Connecticut and the Elijah Watt Sells award for being a top scorer in the U.S. [+]
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