Grant Thornton LLP promoted Colleen Duffy to Technology Solutions managing director in the firm’s New York City-Manhattan office. Across the firm, Grant Thornton admitted 39 new partners and principals, and promoted 28 professionals to managing director.
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“Colleen has proven herself as a leader to our clients, colleagues, the community and the profession,” said Frank Kurre, Grant Thornton’s Northeast regional managing partner. “We recognize her tremendous accomplishments and contributions to helping build our high-performance culture as we continue to grow in the New York metro area.”
Duffy joined the firm in 2006 and has more than 20 years of experience in business process and information technology consulting. Her experience includes telecom, ecommerce and enterprise resource planning implementations, solution selection, business process re-design, and business process and application controls evaluation. Prior to being promoted to managing director, Duffy served as a director.
Duffy received her master’s degree from Fordham University and her bachelor’s degree from Boston College.
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