Mike Hanley

Audit Committee Chair


Current public company boards: BorgWarner 

Executive Experience: Mike retired from Ernst & Young in 214 after 37 years with the Firm. From 23 to 214 he served as the firm’s Global Automotive Leader and was responsible for the firm’s automotive industry strategy and initiatives worldwide. Mike was a frequent speaker at automotive conferences across the globe providing updates and insights on the automotive industry. He led conferences or executive discussions covering global and regional automotive megatrends; urban mobility; and doing business in developing markets.

During Mike’s 24 years as a partner with EY he served many companies in the automotive industry in both an assurance and advisory role. This included three global vehicle manufacturers and seven global original equipment and aftermarket component suppliers.

Additional information: Mike is also a member of the Executive Board of David Johnson’s Mission 31 Foundation, an Arizona not-for-profit organization that provides opportunities, support and resources to seriously ill children and their families by offering daily support and life-changing experiences. He previously served the Detroit community as a member of the board of directors and finance Committee chair of United Way of Southeastern Michigan. He also previously served the Toledo community as chair of the boards of Junior Achievement of Northwestern Ohio and Toledo Central Catholic High School.

Mike graduated from the University of Toledo in 1977 and completed Ernst & Young’s Executive Program at Kellogg School at Northwestern University in 1996. He is a retired Certified Public Accountant.

Mike and his wife, Kathy, currently reside in Scottsdale, Arizona.