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Meet Stephen Alogna

Director, Deloitte & Touche LLP

Stephen Alogna is a director in Deloitte & Touche LLP’s Governance Services practice, specializing in board of director development and governance consulting related to board and audit committee practices. In this role, Steve advises senior executives and board members, across an array of industries on governance related topics including board structure and function, board practices and other pressing governance issues.

Steve regularly presents on governance topics to public company boards and special interest groups. Previously, Steve was with the firm’s Litigation Consulting Group where he specialized in post–acquisition purchase price disputes focusing on large multinational clients. He spent the first part of his career in the firm’s Assurance and Advisory Services Group performing financial statement audits for public and privately held companies.

Steve is a former visiting research fellow at the Millstein Center for Corporate Governance and Performance at the Millstein Center Yale School of Management where he was named as one of the 2008 “Rising Stars” of Corporate Governance. Steve is also the coauthor of the policy briefing, Talking Governance: Board-Shareowner Communications on Executive Compensation and Chairing the Board, the Case for Independent Leadership in North America. Steve is the program chair of the Westchester/Fairfield County chapter of the Society of Corporate Secretaries and Governance professionals, a graduate of Fairfield University, and a licensed CPA in the state of Connecticut.

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