Monica Boll

Strategic Advisor

Monica Boll profile

Monica Boll is a Managing Director within Accenture’s Operations group. She is an Account Executive for a portfolio of global clients within the communication, media and technology industries. She manages a team of over 800 associates in four countries.

In September 2018, Monica was appointed the global sponsor for Accenture’s PRIDE network, helping to raise visibility for women leaders in the company’s LGBTQ community. Previously, she served as the executive sponsor of the PRIDE network in metro New York for four years and has been an active member of the Hispanic American and Women’s Employee Resource Groups.

Through her 12-year tenure with Accenture, she has held several leadership roles with the company including leading the North American Human Resources Transition & Transformation team and later the Latin American Solution Architect team for a multinational company in the consumer packaged goods sector. She served as the Account Executive for three Fortune 500 clients in the past eight years, managing global virtual teams of 1,000+ associates to provide finance & accounting, procurement and marketing services.

In 2016 and 2017, Monica was part of the consultation team supporting Accenture’s partnership with the United Nations to create and launch its Corporate Standards of Conduct on Tackling Discrimination against LGBTQ People, a set of global company standards. She is a strategic advisor to several LGBTQ organizations, has served as a co-chair for a Human Rights Campaign steering committee and was named a 2018 LGBTQ role model by OUTstanding. In 2014, she translated her love of cinema to be a producer for the critically-acclaimed independent film, LOVE IS STRANGE. Monica earned her Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Louisiana State University and is fluent in Spanish.

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