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Byron is Vice Chairman, Central Region and Chicago Managing Principal. In this role he has oversight for the 4,300-person Deloitte Chicago practice, which is the largest Big Four professional services firm in the area. He is responsible for driving revenue and talent growth for Deloitte’s Central region practice, which comprises 30 offices and 15,000 partners and professionals.
Byron uses his personal and professional experiences to help build a stronger economy and society, to work with non-profit organizations to address educational inequalities and to inspire leadership in others. Among a number of professional and philanthropic relationships, he currently serves on the boards of Metropolitan Family Services, Chicago Urban League, Big Shoulders Fund in Chicago, and the Jackie Robinson Foundation in New York. The mission of these affiliations is to provide at-risk youth with better access to quality educations.
Through these organizations, and through Bryon’s mentorship of young professionals at Deloitte and in the community, he hopes to create positive change for BAME people. He has also been involved in meaningful partnerships with The Black Corporate Directors Conference and Executive Leadership Council to focus on bringing emerging leaders into programs that focus on changing the face of composition at the C-suite and board levels.

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