Mohamed Kande

Global Chairman-Elect, PwC

Speaker Bio

Mohamed Kande currently serves as Vice Chair PwC US - US Consulting Solutions Leader and Global Advisory Leader and as the CEO of the US and Japan Consulting businesses. Mohamed is also Chair-elect of the PwC Network, a role that he will formally take up on 1 July 2024.

In his current roles, he is responsible for helping clients identify value and design and deliver large-scale business-led change, from strategy to outcomes, specifically in the areas of Deals, Transformation, Cybersecurity, Privacy and Risk, Cloud and Digital and Tax Consulting. 

As part of his role at the Global Advisory Leader, Mohamed played a key leadership role in driving the Network’s Alliance strategy as well as served as the executive sponsor of the Network’s investments in key capabilities such as Gen AI, managed services, and business model reinvention.

Prior to this role, Mohamed served as PwC’s US and Global Advisory Leader for the technology, media, telecoms (“TMT”) and hospitality industry sectors. His technical knowledge spans the areas of operational strategy, technology development, mergers and acquisitions and operations management.

Before joining PwC in August 2011, Mohamed was the managing partner of PRTM Management Consultants’ Europe, Middle East and South Asia business. Prior to that leadership role, he was the managing partner of PRTM's Global Public Sector business. Mohamed also continued to be one of the senior partners in PRTM’s telecommunications and technology practice.

Prior to joining PRTM, Mohamed worked for Motorola in Chicago and for DTI Telecom in Canada, deploying and launching telecommunications networks in the USA, Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Africa.

Mohamed holds an MBA from the University of Chicago, an MS in electrical engineering from the University of Montreal and a diplôme d’ingénieur in electrical engineering from Ecole Supérieure d’Ingénieurs en Génie Electrique in France. Mohamed became a licensed CPA in Washington, D.C., in 2022. He is on the Board of Directors of CARE, the global humanitarian organization providing disaster relief to areas in crisis, and providing long-term solutions to poverty around the world.