Carrie Hall

Partner, Americas Family Business Leader, Ernst & Young LLP
As the Americas Family Business Leader, Carrie leads EY's family business network comprised of professionals throughout North, Central and South America as well as Israel, responsible for providing holistic solutions to family business clients. Working closely with other country leaders around the globe, she ensures a fully integrated solution set for both the family and the business wherever they may reside. 
Carrie is a trusted advisor and has been published in national and global publications including The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Harvard Business Review, Fortune and Financial Times. With Kennesaw State University, she conducted and published a first of its kind global survey of the world’s largest family businesses. The latest report from the survey, "Can embracing conflict spur positive change? How the world’s largest family businesses resolve conflict," was released in August.
She is a requested speaker and most recently presented at the Global EY World Entrepreneur Of The Year™ 2016 Forum in Monaco and at the Family Firm Institute Global Conference in London. Carrie is the executive sponsor of the Family Business program at the EY Strategic Growth Forum™, an exclusive by-invitation-only CEO conference and the country’s most prestigious gathering of high-growth, market-leading companies.
She is a graduate of the EY Executive Program at the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University. She attended the University of Central Florida (UCF) for undergraduate and graduate studies. Carrie is a licensed CPA in Georgia and Florida and a member of The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.  Carrie was honored to be inducted into the UCF’s College of Business Administration’s Business Hall of Fame for exceptional professional achievements in her field in 2016.
Carrie sits on the University of Central Florida’s College of Business Administration Dean’s Advisory Board and is a member of the Women of Tocqueville of the United Way of Greater Atlanta. Away from work, she enjoys traveling, wine tasting and hiking.