Birmingham’s Conway MacKenzie has added Bryan Segedi and Anne Taylor to its board of directors.
Segedi spent more than 30 years with London-based Ernst and Young LLP and was eventually deputy global vice chair of assurance services, when he was responsible for more than 77,000 professionals and $12 billion in global revenues.
He was also advisory global markets leader, Americas vice chair of assurance services, and vice chair of the north central region. Segedi serves on the Alma College board of trustees and is an executive in residence at Arizona State University.
After completing his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Alma College, Segedi earned his master’s degree in management from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.
Taylor recently retired from New York-based Deloitte, where she was a vice chairman and the management partner of the Houston office. During her 30-year career with Deloitte, Taylor was also the company’s first chief strategy officer across several business units; U.S. and global leader of e-business, which became the cyber security practice; strategic partner adviser to the World Economic Forum’s Technology Pioneer program; and leader of the succession process for office-specific Deloitte managing directors.
She was the first woman to serve on the Deloitte U.S. executive committee and the management committee of Deloitte Global.
Taylor is also on the board of directors of Group 1 Automotive Inc. She completed her bachelor’s degree in civil engineering at University of Utah before earning her master’s degree in civil engineering from Princeton University.
Other board members include Don MacKenzie, Jeff Zappone, Steve Wybo, Mike Correra, and Tim Stallkamp.
Conway MacKenzie offers financial, operational, and strategic services.