|Mark A. Weinberger|
|Born|| July 28, 1961
|Alma mater||Emory University
Case Western University
Georgetown University Law Center
|Occupation||Chairman and CEO of Ernst & Young|
Born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, Weinberger graduated from Wyoming Seminary in Kingston, Pennsylvania, received a B.A. from Emory University, an M.B.A and J.D. from Case Western University and an LLM from Georgetown University Law Center.
Weinberger first joined EY in 1987 as an entry-level staff member. In 1990 he moved into the public sector and took a role as Tax Counsel for Sen. John C. Danforth. He also served as Chief of Staff for the 1994 Entitlement and Tax Reform Committee.
In March 1996, he co-founded Washington Counsel, P.C. This firm merged with Ernst & Young in May 2000 and he became director of National Tax Department for Ernst & Young's US Practice. Later that year, Weinberger returned to public service when President Clinton appointed him to the Social Security Advisory Board. Following the resignation of Jonathan Talisman, Weinberger became Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Tax Policy at the U.S. Treasury.
In April 2002 he stepped down from that role and rejoined EY as Americas Deputy Vice Chair of Tax Services. He currently serves as chairman and CEO of EY, and is based in Washington. He succeeded retiring Chairman & CEO Jim Turley in July 2013.
Weinberger sits on the boards of directors for The Tax Council, The American Council for Capital Formation, and the Bullis School. In December 2012 he was presented the Achievement Award by the Anti-Defamation League.
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