Mark Goodburn

Global Head of Advisory

KPMG in the U.S.

As KPMG’s Global Head of Advisory, Mark is focused on helping clients succeed by driving growth, managing risks and enhancing their performance in an evolving marketplace. He has a special interest in, and sought after thought leader on, emerging trends and technologies including the use of big data to distill unique insights, adopting new social and mobile technologies to enhance the customer experience and employing the cloud to shift business models. He is a member of KPMG International’s Global Management Team and Chairman of KPMG’s Advisory Executive Team. Previously, Mark served as Vice Chairman of KPMG LLP in the U.S., and under his leadership, the U.S. practice experienced tremendous marketplace recognition, talent enhancements, and revenue growth – nearly tripling in size. In addition to his role as Vice Chairman, Mark served as leader of the U.S. Strategic Investment Initiative, where he was instrumental in leading the firm’s efforts around service innovation, acquisitions, alliances, and senior-talent recruitment. He has over 30 years of experience advising respected Fortune 500 companies and has been named one of the Top 25 Consultants by Consulting Magazine.

Areas of expertise

Advisory Data and Analytics Innovation Management Consulting Risk Management Strategy Transactions Transformation

Education and qualifications

  • Minnesota State University, Mankato – Bachelor's Degree, Business (magna cum laude)

  • Certified Public Accountant

Community Involvement

  • Mark and his wife, Patty, firmly believe in giving back their community and have a particular passion for healthcare, education and the advancement of women in leadership. Board member on the following:

  • The Kelley Business School at Indiana University

  • The High Tech Association

  • The American Association of Management Consultants

  • The Technology Museum of Innovation and the American Heart Association

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