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Audio: How to Manage Work and Home After Maternity Leave

March 8, 2017 3:07 pm

PwC’s (No. 5 on the DiversityInc 2016 Top 50 Companies for Diversity list) Liz Taishoff Sweigart discusses how she managed work and home after returning to the firm after maternity leave. Sweigart also gives advice on how moms and dads must “get comfortable with their new normal.”

Listen to her story here.


About Liz Sweigart

Audio: How to Manage Work and Home After Maternity Leave

Liz is a partner with PwC’s transfer pricing practice in the Houston office. She has over a decade of experience in the areas of transfer pricing, tax controversy, financial reporting, and project management, serving clients across various industries, including upstream oil and gas; oilfield equipment and services; engineering, procurement, installation, and construction; chemicals and refining; industrial products; and consumer goods and services.

She has worked with companies to implement global transfer pricing documentation programs, as well as advised on transfer pricing policy creation and implementation. Currently, her practice focuses on end-to-end transfer pricing execution and increasing efficiencies through process improvement, intercompany execution controls and governance, and automation and technology.

Liz is a frequent author and speaker on technical transfer pricing topics. Her by-lined articles have appeared in numerous publications, including BNA Transfer Pricing Report, Tax Notes International, and LexisNexis Emerging Issues Analysis. She has also written for several industry outlets, including the Oil & Gas Financial Journal and Offshore Magazine. Liz is a member of the editorial board for PwC’s annual International Transfer Pricing book.

She holds a BA from Rice University and an MBA from the University of St. Thomas. Liz is a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers.

Liz’s blog: Four things that helped me return to work as a new mother