Mike Fucci

Chairman of the Board, Deloitte

Mike Fucci is Chairman of the Board, Deloitte. As chairman, Mike leads the board in providing governance and oversight as well as guidance on priority matters such as firm strategy, brand positioning, risk mitigation, talent development, and leadership succession. For the past 35 years, he has been a practitioner and principal at Deloitte, with specialties in human resource transformation, talent strategies, and total rewards. Mike serves in several leadership positions. He has been a member of the Deloitte Board of Directors since 2012 and is chairman of the Deloitte Foundation. He also is a member of the Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL) Board of Directors and its Global Governance Committee. Mike previously served Deloitte Consulting LLP as chief operating officer. Mike began his career in the New York Actuarial, Benefits, and Compensation practice, specializing in health care merger integration. In 2002, Mike led a transformation of the U.S. Human Capital practice, and in 2009, he took responsibility for all Consulting service areas during a significant economic downturn. During his career, he led the U.S. Human Capital practice’s growth from under $25 million in revenue to over $1 billion, and the practice has been among the U.S. firms’ top performing businesses. In 2008, Mike was named to Consulting magazine’s distinguished “Top 25 Consultants” list for his work with clients and leadership excellence. In his time as chairman, Mike has made it a priority to develop future leaders by enhancing Deloitte’s succession processes. He is a frequent author and speaker on issues related to increasing women and diversity on boards and the advancement of under-represented minorities. Mike is a thought leader within the HR consulting market, particularly in the areas of talent strategies, succession management, and HR transformation. He was profiled in a Fortune article titled, “Want to move up in the business world? Get a sponsor,” which discussed mentorship and leadership development as elements of succession planning. Mike attended Montclair State University in New Jersey, where he earned a bachelor of science in mathematics. He resides in Far Hills, NJ.