Angela Basi serves as Ernst & Young’s Sacramento Office Managing Partner and leads EY’s California Government and Public Sector practice. “For more than 20 years, I have been proudly serving EY clients and working alongside outstanding peers and mentors who have helped shape my career,” Basi says.
EY is a purpose-driven organization helping clients solve their toughest business challenges. The firm’s mission of building a better working world is fundamental to how they serve their clients, give back to their communities and provide growth opportunities to their people.
“I am deeply committed to the leadership roles in which I serve, as they allow me to focus on our great state and the opportunity to improve the lives of Californians, whether it’s the EY professionals based in Sacramento, the residents who benefit from the public services we support, or my own family who migrated here a generation ago,” Basi says.
Just like their clients, EY is reimagining the way it works post-pandemic. Basi notes,“As we return to the office, we want to move intentionally into a more balanced future that continues to provide flexibility in where and how we work while also delivering the in-person interactions that make our job special.”
“I am deeply committed to the leadership roles in which I serve, as they allow me to focus on our great state and the opportunity to improve the lives of Californians…” — Angela Basi, Sacramento Office Managing Partner
EY recently relocated their Sacramento office to Capitol Mall to be closer to their California government and public sector clients. The firm’s new agile workspace provides the staging ground to determine what their people and clients need as they transition to a new way of working.
“Since I became the Office Managing Partner last year, it has been humbling and inspiring to watch our professionals embrace challenges and continue to deliver high-quality service to our clients while supporting our communities and each other,” Basi says. “I am proud to lead our Sacramento team and excited about our future.”