Alumni of the Week: Dustin Palmer ’07


Dustin Palmer headshotIn October 2015, my wife Libby and I moved to Dublin, Ireland, where I took a position with Deloitte managing the establishment and growth of our Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) CFO Programme. Our EMEA region encompasses 26 member firms and our CFO Programme looks to deliver nine offerings to CFOs of our most strategic priority global accounts. Deloitte’s CFO Programme brings together a multidisciplinary team of Deloitte leaders and subject matter specialists to help CFOs stay ahead in the face of growing challenges and demands. By harnessing our organization’s broad capabilities to deliver forward thinking and fresh insights for every stage of a CFO’s career, we help them manage the complexities of their roles, tackle their company’s most compelling challenges and adapt to strategic shifts in the market.

Prior to my post in Dublin, I “grew up” working at Deloitte’s Denver office in the firm’s advisory practice, where I provided global leading practice and thought leadership on a broad range of areas including accounting finance transformation, process improvement and optimization, risk assessment, as well as control mapping and testing.

I gained the confidence to accept my current global role during my time studying at Syracuse University and specifically time spent studying entrepreneurship at Stellenbosch University during the summer of my junior year (2006).

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Dustin Palmer is a manager within Deloitte’s Consulting practice. He received his B.S. in finance from Syracuse University’s Martin J. Whitman School of Management in 2007 and a customized MBA. in finance and accounting from the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business in 2009. While at Syracuse University, Palmer played on the varsity lacrosse team and was a part of the 2004 National Championship team. He currently lives in Dublin, Ireland, with his wife Libby. He enjoys golf, spending time outdoors with friends and family, and traveling to new places. He is an active volunteer in the community and assists with the continued development of the gateway from the U.S. to Ireland through interactions with the American Chamber of Commerce and other organizations.
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