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Archived: EY's Sam Johnson: 'Sponsors Put Their Chips on the Table to Help You Get to the Next Level'

By Alana Winns and Christian Carew


Sam Johnson is the Americas Vice Chair and Southeast Region Managing Partner for EY. He is responsible for 19 offices housing more than 5,000 employees spanning across various markets and industries. During his 20-year tenure at EY,Sam has also served as the Global Client Service Partner and Senior Advisory Partner on severalFortune500 accounts. While Sam’s leadership roles validate his business acumen, his commitment to building and sustaining a strong diverse and inclusive people culture is his passion.He has received various accolades regarding his people impact, including being recognized bySavoy Magazineas a Top 100 Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America.

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