Accenture promotes Angie Park to chief financial officer

13 June 2024 1 min. read
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Accenture has promoted Angie Park to chief financial officer, effective December 1. The Dublin-headquartered management consultancy on Tuesday also announced several other internal appointments.

Angie Park, who is based in Washington, DC, succeeds KC McClure, who is retiring after 36 years with Accenture.

Park has been with Accenture since 1995 and currently serves as global lead for business and commercial finance. She has expertise in all areas of finance, extensive knowledge of Accenture’s business across markets, services, and industries, and strong relationships with the investment community.

Park previously served as CFO for Accenture Technology Services and leader of investor relations.

She has a bachelor’s degree in economics from Emory University.

Accenture promotes Angie Park to chief financial officer

Accenture also named Angela Beatty (Washington, DC) as chief leadership and human resources officer, effective September 1. Beatty, who currently is global lead for talent, rewards, and employee experience, succeeds Ellyn Shook, who is retiring after 36 years with the firm.

Karthik Narain (San Francisco) will become chief technology officer in addition to his current role as group chief executive for technology, effective September 1. He succeeds Paul Daugherty, who is retiring after 38 years with Accenture.

Other appointments include: Bhaskar Ghosh, chief strategy and innovation officer; Mauro Macchi, CEO for the EMEA region; Atsushi Egawa, co-CEO for Asia-Pacific; and Ryoji Sekido, co-CEO for Asia-Pacific.

“I am excited to announce the appointment of these exceptional leaders, each of whom brings deep experience at Accenture and has been at the center of our strategy to lead reinvention with our clients,” said Julie Sweet, chair and CEO, Accenture. “They will play a crucial role driving the next chapter of Accenture’s long-term growth.”