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Ernst & Young: New leader of Ernst & Young LLP’s Federal Practice
December 4, 2012
By Rob Starr, Content Manager, Big4.com
Ernst & Young LLP announced recently that Rollie Quinn has joined the firm as the Federal Practice Leader. Quinn will be based in Greater Washington, and will have responsibility for the Federal team’s go-to-market efforts across all service lines.
With over 20 years of industry experience, Quinn has dedicated his career to serving the public sector market. He brings experience in scaling a federal practice, having led teams that have significantly grown at several multinational organizations, including PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), BearingPoint, KPMG and Raytheon Company. Most recently, Quinn served as the National Security Practice Leader at PwC, overseeing a multimillion dollar business with a client base that included the Department of Defense, the Department of State and the United States Agency for International Development.
Quinn has also served in a variety of leadership roles in the US Army, including as an American Combat Arms Officer in 1st Battalion Patriot, 43rd Air Defense. He is a US Army Pathfinder, a Paratrooper and a Patriot Weapons Officer.
Deborah Kissire, East Central Sub-Area Managing Partner, Ernst & Young LLP comments:
“Rollie brings in-depth sector knowledge and experience that will help us continue to grow this practice,” she said. “His leadership roles in directing complex client relationships represent the kind of leadership we have been seeking to further our investment and footprint in this practice.”