Deborah Snyder is the New York Client Account Lead, responsible for guiding the development of our client relationships and achieving our vision to be the premier innovation and execution partner for New York State, New York City, and all university and nonprofit clients in New York. She also leads Health and Public Service Management Consulting in the Northeast.
Deborah has developed her expertise in large-scale transformation serving a range of government, education and nonprofit clients. She has advised medical research organizations on improving mission alignment, helped global foundations redesign processes and move to cloud computing, partnered with the Girl Scouts to take cookie sales on line, and supported one of the largest US cities in expanding pre-kindergarten to all four-year-olds. For ten years she ran a leadership development program for New York City senior executives that Accenture co-sponsored with New York University.
With consulting specialties including public sector consulting, nonprofit consulting, and C-suite consulting, Deborah can provide insight into multiple aspects of transformation including strategic planning, talent and leadership, organizational effectiveness, and digital and IT strategies.
Deborah is a graduate of Williams College and received a Master of Public Policy from Harvard University. She was a 2014 International Women’s Forum Leadership Foundation Fellow and was honored by the Girl Scouts of Greater New York as a 2015 Woman of Distinction. She has served on a number of boards and community building organizations. She is currently Vice President of Sheltering Arms and an Accenture executive sponsor of Girls Who Code. She lives in New York City.