TORONTO and CALGARY , Feb. 11, 2020 /CNW/ - Accenture (NYSE: ACN) has appointed Elizabeth Boright as its Alberta managing director, effective immediately.
In this role, Boright will leverage more than 20 years of experience at Accenture to lead the firm's business in Calgary , Edmonton and across the province of Alberta , focusing on bringing innovation to clients, attracting top talent and strengthening Accenture's impact.
Based in Calgary , Boright will continue as managing director in Accenture's Technology practice with a focus on clients within the energy, utilities, retail and public service industries. She has held roles in client leadership, delivery and sales in addition to helping lead complex business transformation programs across various industries.
Outside of her formal roles, Boright has been the executive sponsor of Accenture's Life @ Calgary program for the past five years. The program promotes a positive employee experience in Calgary through employee events, communications and learning opportunities.
Boright holds a Bachelor of Commerce from McMaster University .
"Elizabeth is a proven business leader with a wealth of experience in solving complex problems, leading transformation and building a strong sense of community," said Jeffrey Russell , president of Accenture in Canada . "With her track record, I'm confident in Elizabeth's ability to drive innovation and growth while attracting top talent in the local Calgary market."
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