Board Member

Beth Brooke was appointed to the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee board of directors and began serving as an independent director in January 2019.

Brooke served as global vice chair of public policy at EY prior to her retirement in 2019, overseeing public policy for the organization’s operations in more than 150 countries. She was a global sponsor for EY’s diversity and inclusion efforts and founded the EY Women Athletes Business Network. She previously served in various capacities at the firm from 1981-1993 and returned to the organization in 1995 following a two-year term with the U.S. Department of the Treasury in which she was responsible for tax policy matters related to insurance and managed care.

Brooke co-chairs the International Council on Women’s Business Leadership and serves on the boards for Vital Voices and The Conference Board, as well as the board of trustees of the Aspen Institute and the Women’s Advisory Board of the World Economic Forum. She is a devoted advocate for women’s advancement, mentoring, LGBTQ+ inclusion and flexibility programs, and has been named 10 times to Forbes’ World’s 100 Most Powerful Women list.

Brooke received her bachelor’s degree from Purdue University in industrial management and computer science. She was a member of the Boilermakers’ women’s basketball team and has since been inducted into the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame. She has also received honorary doctorates from Indiana University, Babson College and Purdue University.