Partner, Workday Student, PwC US
As Chief Diversity & Inclusion Leader, Assurance Partner Mike Dillon leads PwC’s ongoing commitment to fostering an inclusive environment that enables our people and the communities where we live and work to thrive. Dillon is a member of PwC’s US leadership team, reporting directly to the US senior partner and leads firmwide diversity and inclusion initiatives through PwC’s dedicated US Diversity & Inclusion team.
Together with PwC’s Diversity & Inclusion team, Dillon drives the firm’s strategy around dimensions of diversity – including gender, race, sexual orientation, gender identity, cognitive and physical ability and religious beliefs – to help the firm recruit, develop and retain talented professionals who bring diverse perspectives to our culture and our clients. PwC’s history for leading diversity and inclusion practices has earned accolades from organizations ranging from DiversityInc. and Working Mother to the Human Rights Campaign and the US Business Leadership Network.
Prior to assuming the role of Chief Diversity & Inclusion Leader, Dillon served as PwC’s Assurance Leader for the San Francisco market. In addition to his leadership role, he has served as a Transaction Services Partner, assisting clients with divestitures and IPOs.
Dillon has been with PwC for more than 25 years and brings extensive leadership and client service experience. He has worked in PwC’s Chicago, New York and San Francisco offices. He holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from New York University and holds public accountancy certification (CPA) in California and New York.
One of Dillon’s passions is a focus on the positive impact corporations and individual professionals can have on their communities. In addition to leading PwC's local market community strategy, Dillon has taken an active role supporting many local and national organizations and has served as a member of the US firm’s LGBT Partner Advisory Board. Currently, he serves on the boards of The Trevor Project, San Francisco AIDS Foundation, Project Open Hand and the United Way of the Bay Area. He is also a former board member for GLAAD and the PwC Charitable Foundation. Dillon resides in the San Francisco Bay Area and is an avid skier, tennis player and fan, and enjoys reading.