Ruby Sharma [Source photo: ATI]
Dallas-based manufacturing company ATI Inc. announced that global business leader Ruby Sharma has been appointed to its board of directors.
Sharma has cross-sector financial and audit committee expertise, and she has a track record of strengthening regulator and investor relationships, and incorporating diversity, equity and inclusion with Fortune 500 multi-national corporations.
“Ruby is a renowned financial expert in the field of audit and risk,” ATI Board Chair, President, and CEO Robert S. Wetherbee said in a statement. “Her expertise in financial oversight and transformational change and work as a change enabler will be invaluable to ATI and our Board. Ruby’s broad global perspective – developed across multiple cultures, geographies, and business experiences – will help us continue to accelerate in our transformation to an aerospace and defense leader.”
Sharma was managing partner of RNB Strategic Advisors from 2018 to 2022, where she guided public and private companies in executing organizational strategies and optimizing profitable growth, ATI said.
Before that, she was senior partner at Ernst & Young for 15 years until her retirement in 2017. Sharma was a principal for The Center for Board Matters at EY, having developed and built EY’s global strategy and execution infrastructure for governance services to boards and C-suites.
“ATI is an innovation powerhouse with a history of transformational change,” Sharma said in a statement. “It’s strong in high-performing industries, and I look forward to sharing my expertise to help ATI continue to sustainably grow.”
ATI is a $3.8 billion global producer of high-performance materials and solutions for the global aerospace and defense markets and critical applications in electronics, medical, and specialty energy.
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