Michael Sutphin '96 Named President of PwC Charitable Foundation
Michael Sutphin '96 was recently named President of the PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation. He currently serves as a partner in the PwC Boston financial services practice with a focus on global asset management in the firm’s Trust Solutions business. In this role, Michael has specialized experience in consolidation accounting, debt and equity offerings for public and private companies, controls reporting, and complex valuation issues.
As President of the PwC Charitable Foundation, he is responsible for bringing the Foundation’s mission and values to life by supporting the people of PwC and addressing the societal issues that impact them, their families and their communities. Since joining the Foundation’s Board in 2017, Michael has worked to deliver grants that help address inequalities in education, support environmental and societal relief, aid in career services for transitioning veterans, and provide access to financial capabilities and technology skills to students.
In addition to his work at PwC, Michael serves as a board member of the Catholic Schools Foundation and the Mia Sutphin Foundation. He is a member of the Town of Milton Massachusetts audit committee, where he and his wife Kate live with their four children. He holds a Bachelor of Science in accounting and a Master of Science in administrative studies from Boston College where he also played football. He is a certified public accountant in Maryland, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania.