Tania Carnegie

Tania established and leads KPMG’s Community Leader strategy, which focuses the firm’s resources and knowledge to drive social change and sustainability. The Community Leader strategy follows a venture philanthropy model, which identifies and prioritizes social needs in KPMG communities, and directs the firm’s expertise and funding to enhance the effectiveness of partner not-for-profit organizations.

Tania serves as a member of KPMG’s G20 Global Corporate Citizenship Group, and has been named as one of KPMG’s Global Thinkers. She is the Inaugural Visiting Executive at Smith School of Business Centre for Responsible Leadership, and Co-Academic Director of a new social innovation program being developed by the Centre.

Tania is a Chartered Accountant. She holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Western Ontario, an MBA from the University of Toronto, and she completed the Harvard Business School’s Corporate Social Responsibility Executive Education program.

Tania is a member of the Advisory Committee of Smith School of Business Centre for Responsible Leadership, a global ambassador for Free the Children, and is a past-director of Habitat for Humanity Toronto.

Tania holds a unique appointment as a Canadian in The Royal Household as Lady in Waiting to Her Royal Highness The Princess Edward, Countess of Wessex, and is responsible for her Canadian communications and visits in support of charitable and community organizations. Tania is a recipient of The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal, in recognition of her significant contribution to her community.