Antoinette R. Leatherberry is a former Principal at Deloitte. Ms. Leatherberry retired from Deloitte, an industry-leading consulting, audit, tax, and advisory services company, in October 2020 after culminating a 30-year career of working with Fortune 500 companies on complex information technology transformations, strategy and implementation, data analytics, data strategy and operational issues and is currently pursuing a doctorate in higher education policy at Widener University. At Deloitte, she most recently served as Board Relations Leader for the Risk and Financial Advisory practice from September 2017 to October 2020. Before September 2017, she served as a Principal (equity owner) in Technology Strategy since August 1991. During her tenure at Deloitte Ms. Leatherberry had responsibility for leading global teams, recruiting strategies and hiring and workforce planning. Ms. Leatherberry also served as President of the Deloitte Foundation from June 2016 to October 2020. She has authored numerous articles and publications on information technology and governance and was named to the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) Directorship 100 in 2019 and 2020.
In addition to her service on the Zoetis Board of Directors, Ms. Leatherberry currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors of Digital Direct Holdings (since February 2022). Ms. Leatherberry also sits on several private company boards, including STRIVE (since January 2022), the American Family Insurance Mutual Holding Company (since December 2020), the Widener University Board of Trustees, the Boston University Board of Trustees and the advisory board of the Ellig Group (since November 2022). She holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Boston University and an MBA in Operations Management and Supervision from Northeastern University. Ms. Leatherberry’s extensive experience with complex technology transformations, her strategic digital technology experience, her corporate governance expertise, and her diversity and inclusion leadership, make her a valuable member of our Board.