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PwC: Consulting Magazine Recognizes Patricia Etzold
October 16, 2012
By Rob Starr, Content Manager, Big4.com
Patricia Etzold, a partner in PwC’s U.S. Forensic Services practice, has received Consulting magazine’s “Women Leaders in Consulting” award for her outstanding achievements in client service. Etzold has over 30 years of accounting and global business experience; she serves a broad range of clients, including boards of directors, audit committees, and internal and external counsels of multi-national companies.
Each year, Consulting magazine hands out this award to ten industry standouts and rising stars making a mark within the consulting profession. PwC’s Etzold will be publically recognized for her award in the Client Service category at the sixth annual Women Leaders in Consulting Gala Awards Dinner on November 8th at The St. Regis hotel in New York.
Among her notable accomplishments , Etzold has worked alongside the U.S. Department of Justice in its prosecution of fraud and has assisted numerous companies’ counsels in response to Securities and Exchange Commission and Department of Justice inquiries.
“I am proud to be part of a firm that places value on putting yourself in others’ shoes — which has been my personal mantra for both my profession, and in everyday life. I am committed to building trusted relationships with my clients and my PwC team. Trust and respect is foundational to our success and is implicit in the quality work my team delivers,” she said.