Peter is a Partner/Principal in the EY-Parthenon practice of Ernst & Young LLP. He leads the firm’s Americas Advanced Manufacturing & Mobility Practice for Strategy & Transactions.
Peter has more than 25 years of consulting experience across a variety of sectors, including diversified industrial products, transportation and logistics, mobility, and the public sector. He has supported clients in growth strategy, new business and product development, organizational operating model development and effectiveness, and operational efficiency and effectiveness.
Prior to joining EY, Peter held multiple roles at Bain & Company during his 25-year tenure with the firm, including serving as a senior partner. Most recently, Peter was an Atlanta mayoral candidate in 2016 and 2017, and he previously served as the Chief Operating Officer for the City of Atlanta. As COO Peter led a variety of major programs including pension reform and public safety improvements. He also managed all operating departments including police, fire, corrections, public works, water and sewer, information technology, human resources, the Hartsfield Jackson International Airport and several others.
Peter holds an MBA with distinction from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a BA with honors in Public Policy and History from Duke University.