EY has appointed Anna Delvecchio as a Partner in its expanding Government and Infrastructure consultancy practice in the UK. Anna joins the transport team and will work across EY projects with central government, local authorities and private sector clients, using her experience to advise on largescale transport development and transformation delivery projects.
Anna has over twenty-five years’ experience in the transport sector, having started at the age of 16 as an apprentice with an electromechanical engineering company before moving on to senior commercial, development and programme management roles.
Prior to joining EY, Anna was a founding member of the Highways Sector Council (HSC), a not-for-profit organisation established to drive collaboration between industry and government, harness latest technologies to transform UK highways and ultimately drive economic, environmental and social benefits for people across the country. She also co-led the transport sector’s coordinated response to government industrial strategy to shape the 2018 Rail Sector Deal.
Anna is a Fellow (FCILT) of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport as well as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (FCIPS). She is also a member of the Rail Supply Group (RSG), Chair of the Highways UK Advisory Board, HSC Future Leaders Group and a Council member for the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation.
Rohan Malik, EY UK&I Government and Infrastructure Leader, said: “Anna is a leading figure in the UK transport industry and a fantastic addition to our growing Government and Infrastructure team. Since starting her career as an apprentice, she has worked at every level across UK transport and brings a vast amount of experience in empowering greater collaboration between government and the private sector to deliver ambitious projects. Her knowledge and strategic vision will be crucial as EY continues to support the public sector on technology and talent projects to help drive economic growth and transformative transport initiatives.”
Anna Delvecchio, EY UK&I Government and Infrastructure Partner, said: “I’m delighted to join EY at such a crucial time for UK transport and wider infrastructure. Public-private partnerships offer an enormous opportunity to achieve our national infrastructure priorities, but this will require a combined approach that mobilises private sector investment, harnesses latest technology and unlocks the next generation of skilled talent with dedicated training and apprenticeship programmes. I look forward to working with the team and our clients across the public and private sectors.”