Stanley is Vice Chairman and U.S. Energy, Resources, & Industrials (ER&I) Leader. ER&I is a $2.9 billion practice where more than 9,000 practitioners—representing the Industrial Products & Construction; Oil, Gas & Chemicals; and Power, Utilities & Renewables sectors—collaborate to address the most critical and complex challenges of Deloitte’s clients. Stanley’s responsibilities include the overall strategic direction of the practice, alignment of resources and investments with clients, team leadership development and succession, and go-to-market strategies for Deloitte’s key businesses, including consulting, audit, tax, risk, and financial advisory services.
Stanley is a member of Deloitte LLP’s Board of Directors, serves as the Global Power, Utilities & Renewables Leader, and is a Lead Client Service Partner with 30 years of experience assisting executives in matters regarding strategy, restructuring, mergers, and technology adoption (digital, analytics, robotic, etc.) to enhance business performance. Stanley has published and presented articles on energy transition, energy resource management, and leading practices in energy to address to improve analytics/performance.
Clients served include: American Electric Power, General Electric, AES Corporation, National Grid, Iberdrola, Ameren, Exxon Mobil, Exelon, Williams, Energy Future Holdings, Department of Energy, TransAlta, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Springs Industries, Bechtel, and China Light & Power.
Prior to joining Deloitte, Stanley worked at Ernst & Young and ExxonMobil. Stanley serves on Wofford College Board of Directors and is the Chairman of the Board for the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Washington. Stanley received his Bachelor of Science from Wofford College and his Master of Business Administration from Duke University–Fuqua School of Business.