Deborah Leone ’86, G’87 is the director of Internal Audit at Goldman Sachs. She has a dual reporting relationship to the board of directors through the audit committee and to the firm's general counsel. Leone serves as an observer on a variety of Goldman Sachs committees in addition to co-chairing the Firmwide Women’s Network.
Leone joined Goldman Sachs as an analyst in the Controllers department in 1989. She was named managing director in 2003 and partner in 2008. She spent the past four years as controller for the Investment Management division before assuming her present role.
Prior to joining the firm, Leone was a CPA at Price Waterhouse in the financial industry service group.
A graduate of Syracuse University’s Whitman School of Management, Leone holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and an MBA with a concentration in finance and accounting. She serves on the Whitman Advisory Council and represented Goldman Sachs Women’s Network as a guest speaker when the Whitman Women in Business (WWiB) visited the firm last Spring.
Leone resides in Manhattan with her husband, Lou ’87, and children, Mark and Jessica.