Flourishing in a Digital World
Biography of Lecturer
Carol A. Sawdye, CPA
Chief Operating Officer, PwC Network
Carol Sawdye is chief operating officer for the PwC Network. She leads Network Operations and drives the budgeting, financial planning and investments processes throughout the Network and collaborates with the global leadership team on Network transformation. Prior to her current role, Ms. Sawdye was vice chair and chief financial officer of PwC US.
Ms. Sawdye rejoined PwC in November 2012 after working for the National Basketball Association (NBA), where she served as executive vice president and CFO. She also spent eight years at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, LLP, initially as CFO and later also assuming responsibilities as chief operating officer.
Ms. Sawdye began her career at PwC, and spent her first 17 years (the past six as a partner) mostly serving Fortune 500 public clients, primarily focused on the media and entertainment industry. A CPA, licensed to practice in NY, Ms. Sawdye received her B.S. in accounting from the University of Virginia and her MBA, with specialization in international business and corporate finance, from Columbia Business School. She and her husband live in New York and Savannah, Georgia.
Location of Lecture
Performing Arts Center
Date of Lecture
Length of Lecture
56 minutes 50 seconds
Parker College of Business
Sawdye, Carol A., "Flourishing in a Digital World" (2019). Parker Talks. 1.
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