SheCAN! Spotlight: Sheri Sullivan

Sheri Sullivan EY SheCAN!

Introducing SheCAN! board member, Sheri Sullivan of Ernst & Young and Future of Work initiative. She is currently leading the Global Payroll Operate business providing services for clients in over 120 countries.  She has over 18 years of experience in Global HR and Payroll and is considered a Pioneer in the Industry.  Her teams advise companies through their Global Payroll strategy and future service delivery model design and execution  and provide payroll managed services to ensure accurate, timely and compliant payroll is produced by an agile globally and regionally leveraged team providing the company with exceptional employee satisfaction, clear visibility, the highest level of controls, and global reporting while reducing the overall company spend.

Prior to joining Ernst & Young, Sheri built and led the Global Payroll Transformation Business at The Hackett Group where they helped clients reduced their current state cost by 30% while increasing the effectiveness and efficiency.  Sheri’s teams had an aggregate average client satisfaction rating  of 4.77/5, a 100% client referencability.

She has also been the CEO for Intercomp Global Services where she built a worldwide global HR, Payroll and Finance BPO company servicing Multi-national customers in over 79 countries through 8 global shared service centers and held executive roles at CloudPay and Paychex.

Sheri has an Executive Masters of Business Administration from the State University of New York and is an Alumni from the University of Illinois.

Sheri was an adjunct professor for the State University of New York in Buffalo and Brockport and also taught at Webster University in Vienna  Austria.

Sheri has lived and worked in over 60 countries and continues to travel for both work and pleasure

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What does SheCAN! mean to you?

SheCAN! is a very special organization with the intent to help promote the development of woman (our whole self) to achieve our life goals both personally and professionally.  According to the World Economic Forum, current equality between men and women is still over 200 years away and this group is focusing on how to leapfrog these numbers.  Buffalo has become our home now and there are very special things happening here both within the community, the business and entrepreneurial environment. SheCAN! has developed programs and approaches based on research to help women succeed at every part of their life’s journey. It is a pleasure to be part of such a unique organization and to do so under the vision of Peggy is absolutely inspiring.

Thank you, Sheri, for your hard work and dedication to the personal and professional development of women!

Peggy Sullivan