National Business Development Leader, TMT Sector PwC
Throughout her 25+ year career, Kimberley Euston has worked with heads of State, advised leading financiers on foreign currency strategies and has helped her customers with large scale transformational programs. Kimberley joined PwC in 2008 where she is the National Business Development Leader for the Technology, Media and Telecommunications Sector. Before joining PwC, she was the President of McGraw Euston Associates where she worked with Fortune 500 Companies, C-Suite Executives and Individuals. Her firm specialized in Career Counseling, Executive Coaching and Recruiting.
From 1993 to 2004, Euston worked in the $1.7-trillion-a-day currency markets, most recently at Bank of America where she managed the U.S. Investor Sales Team for Global Foreign Exchange. She has advised international equity managers, central banks and pension funds on their foreign currency hedging and trading needs. Euston has worked with many of the top asset managers including PIMCO, Tudor Investment Corporation, Blackrock and Janus.
Euston joined Bank of America from Credit Suisse where she was co-manager of the investor sales team in New York.
Before working in the financial arena, Euston worked in public service, first with the Bureau of International Narcotics at the U.S. Department of State and then on the Vice President’s National Security Staff at the White House.
She has a bachelor’s degree in international relations and government from Sweet Briar College where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude. She attended the Foreign Policy Institute at American University and recently participated in the WICT Senior Executive Summit at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
Euston, a mother of three, is one of four women profiled in "Risk/Reward," an award-winning documentary about women who work on Wall Street. The film was shown at prestigious international film festivals, including the Tribeca Film Festival, as well as in theaters around the globe and on the Oxygen cable network. She was honored as one of Working Mother Magazine’s top working mothers of the year.
Kimberley has served on various non-profit boards including Covenant House Georgia, Leadership Atlanta, United Way Women’s Leadership Circle, Synchronicity Theatre and Meals on Wheels.