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Trusha Mehta
Associate Director, Financial Services, Inclusiveness, & Flexibility Leader
Ernst & Young

Trusha Mehta is the Inclusiveness and Flexibility leader for the Financial Services Office (FSO). She has over 14 years of experience in the diversity and inclusion space. She is responsible for designing programs and processes that aim to enhance diverse pipeline development, create inclusive leadership skills, and consult with regional offices and teams on local diversity and inclusiveness strategy. She has successfully created and implemented many programs at EY including Inclusive Leadership Skills Development Learning called Leadership Matters, Navigating My Career which is a minority pipeline program.

Trusha is passionate about being aware of and then shaping programs that directly address the ground reality. Towards that end, she is active in industry events and often travels to attend meetings with local leaders, and conferences and forums targeting minority/women/LGBT/Accessibilities associations nationwide. Her insight and ability to quickly grasp the cultural nuances of an international workforce has helped her build strong relationships with leaders across the Americas Region. She is actively involved in coaching and mentoring the next generation of leaders at EY.

Trusha was selected to EY’s prestigious 2008 Corporate Responsibility Fellows program where she worked for three months in Montevideo, Uruguay with CEPA, a provider of fleet consulting and driving safety training. Her consulting and organizational development skills helped create CEPA’s strategic plan, and restructured the company’s four Latin American offices. She coached the board of directors on creating accountability and implementing people management processes such as recruitment strategy, 360 feedback process and internal training on project/change management.

Trusha also served five years on the Board of Directors of the National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP), New York chapter. She was elected as the chapter president for three consecutive years and under her leadership, the New York chapter was awarded Chapter of the Year for two years in a row.

Trusha received her BA in psychology and sociology from King's College in Wilkes-Barre, PA and an MA in organizational psychology from Columbia University in New York, NY.