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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -
Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber announced today that Brian Carley will become president and chief executive officer effective March 1, succeeding Ellen van der Horst.
is currently completing his role as a partner at the Deloitte accounting firm and has a 37-year
accounting, audit and consulting career. He presently leads the firm's
audit practice in northeast Ohio.
A search committee selected Carley from
more than 70 candidates.
met the chamber staff today just before the public announcement.
chance to return to Greater Cincinnati and help guide the region through the
opportunities and challenges that lie ahead was too good to pass up," Carley
Kay Geiger, president of PNC Bank and the chamber's 2013 board chairwoman, called Carley "a dynamic leader who is committed to
building on the chamber's strong foundation of success at a pivotal time in our
Carley has served on the boards of Cincinnati
Zoo, Cincinnati Museum Center, Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation, Thomas More
College, The College of Mount St. Joseph, and the advisory council to Miami
University's Farmer School of Business. Carley served as treasurer for the chamber board's executive committee from 1999-2005.
Born in Chicago,
Carley paid for his college tuition at the University of Illinois by selling
books door-to-door. Upon his graduation in 1976, he began his career with
Arthur Andersen's Chicago office. Three years later, he transferred to
their Cincinnati office, making partner in 1986. He became a Cincinnati office
managing partner in 1997 while also overseeing the firm's global aviation
In 2002, he moved to
Deloitte's Cincinnati office, where as a partner he concentrated on audit
services to a variety of regional companies. Asked to lead the firm's
audit efforts of a large Cleveland company, he moved to that area in 2006,
eventually heading up the firm's audit practice there.
Carley is married with
four grown children. Three of his children live in Cincinnati. He has remained a Bengals season ticket holder
for the last 25 years.