Patty Miller is an experienced internal audit professional with expertise in governance, risk management, and internal control, and significant consulting and managerial experience in finance, accounting, internal auditing, risk management, project management, and mergers and acquisitions. Miller worked with Deloitte & Touche for 14 years before founding her own consulting firm, PKMiller Risk Consulting, LLC. She also worked in the telecommunications industry for a number of years. She has been active in global leadership roles with The IIA, serving as Chairman of the Board in 2008–2009, and has recently served as chairman of the International Internal Audit Standards Board. Miller is a frequent speaker on governance, control, and risk management topics, and has co-authored research projects and articles for the Internal Audit Foundation and Internal Auditor magazine. She is the recipient of The IIA’s William G. Bishop III Lifetime Achievement and the Victor Z. Brink Awards.
Jacquie is an experienced internal audit executive. Most recently she was a consultant to EY working with EY teams to provide insights around leading and innovative internal audit practices to global clients.
Previously, Jacquie was Chief Audit Executive (CAE) at several Fortune 100 Companies to include Phillips Petroleum, General Motors, American Express and Fannie Mae. In her role as CAE, she was responsible for directing the development and execution of risk based audit plans across the organizations which were, in most cases, global in nature. She has extensive experience working with Audit Committees and various regulatory agencies and has led both SOX and operational risk activities in several organizations.
Jacquie is a member of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) and is a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA). She has served as Chairman of the Board of the IIA, committee chairperson for several International committees and a trustee of the Internal Audit Foundation.