Colette Cribbin is a partner at PwC in New York. She has over 33 years of diversified experience serving U.S. and multinational financial services institutions in an audit and advisory capacity. She spent the first six years of her career with PwC London. She has held several leadership roles within PwC and most recently led the PwC NY Metro Assurance Insurance practice, a practice that serves many of the largest global and domestic insurance companies.
In addition to supporting a variety of U.S. charitable and community organizations, Colette and her husband are the founding members of the Sarojini Mohan Baliga educational trust, the purpose of which is to sponsor and support quality education of girls from poor families in the south of India. Colette grew up in a farming community near Castlerea, County Roscommon.
She is a graduate of University College Dublin and a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales in addition to being a CPA licensed in several U.S. states. She was an avid camogie player and has an All-Ireland medal from playing with University College Dublin. She lives in Manhattan with her husband, Gurudutt Baliga.