Protiviti has promoted Managing Director Susan Haseley to the role of Executive Vice President. Haseley serves as the firm's Dallas market leader and leads Protiviti's global diversity and inclusion efforts.
Prior to joining Protiviti at its formation in 2002, Susan Haseley worked at Arthur Andersen, in her latest role as a Partner in the firm’s Advisory Risk Consulting and Internal Audit Services Practice. She was previously a Vice President and the Director of IT Audit at the USLIFE Corporation.
At Protiviti, Haseley has over the years held positions of growing seniority, both at the local and global level, including the role of leader of the firm’s global Healthcare and Life Science Industry practice, leader of the firm’s Diversity Inclusion initiative and Dallas market leader.
Haseley’s promotion sees her become an Executive Vice President at the consulting firm. She brings more than 30 years of experience to the role, and will be focused on further building Protiviti's footprint and driving inclusion across the firm as a whole. The new role will see her report directly to Joseph Tarantino, the firm’s President and CEO.
Commenting on the promotion, Tarantino, says, “Susan is a welcome addition to our executive leadership team. This achievement reflects her career success serving clients, and also her dynamic leadership of our diversity and inclusion initiative, which enables Protiviti to offer our employees a truly inclusive and collaborative workplace. Our consultants’ diverse range of backgrounds and experiences helps us offer the most creative and effective solutions to our clients.”
Susan Haseley holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Information Systems and a Master of Business Administration in Management, Information Systems and General from the University of Dallas. She holds a range of professional certificates, including Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), the Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA)and is a Six Sigma Green Belt. She sits on the National Association of Corporate Directors board and participates in the Dallas Chamber Executive Women’s Roundtable.