PwC Consulting appoints twelve new partners in Australia

28 January 2021 Consultancy.com.au 3 min. read
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PwC has at the start of the year appointed over 50 new partners in Australia across its divisions, 12 of which work in the Consulting business. 

Catherine Jones

Has been with PwC since: 2017
Catherine Jones is a Partner in PwC’s Federal Government practice and one of PwC Australia’s leading policy and crisis management experts. 

Mary Attard

Has been with PwC since: 2017
Mary Attard is a Partner at PwC in the Cybersecurity & Digital Trust practice and leads the Identity and Access Management team. She focuses on the financial services industry.

PwC Consulting appoints twelve new partners in Australia

Bill Bovopoulos

Has been with PwC since: 2015 (ex-Deloitte Digital)
Bill Bovopoulos is a Partner in PwC’s Digital team. He co-leads the national Experience Design capability. 

Govert Mellink

Has been with PwC since: 2011 (ex-Deloitte)
Govert Mellink helps clients navigate the challenges of digital transformation and future of work, is specialised in organisation design, business transformation, and human capital. 

Kerrie Young

Has been with PwC since: 2004
Kerrie Young leads the Data & Analytics teams working on advanced data & analytics projects in the fields of operations and supply chain productivity and smart cities. 

Marna Slabbert

Has been with PwC since: 2011 (ex-KPMG)
Marna Slabbert is a Partner in PwC's Financial Services practice, focused on developing and delivering governance, risk and compliance management frameworks, operational processes and controls.

Michael Thompson (Strategy&)

Has been with Strategy& since: 2005
Michael Thompson advises clients on government policy and corporate strategy, pricing, financial management, operations optimisation, cyber security, and business case development.

More information: Strategy& in Australia promotes Michael Thompson to partner.

Nina Larkin

Has been with PwC since: 2007
Nina Larkin is a Partner in the firm’s Risk & Regulation Consulting team. The unit works with financial institutions to help them better measure, mitigate and manage their risks. 

Sarah Stewart

Has been with PwC since: 2015 (ex-Capgemini)
Sarah Stewart has 15+ years of experience within the retail sector in industry, as a management consultant and an independent contractor working with retailers in the UK and Australia. 

Steph Waddon

Has been with PwC since: 2016
Steph Waddon supports clients with human capita transformations, specialising in workforce strategy and planning, human resources transformation, and HR analytics. 

Tim Noonan

Has been with PwC since: 2016 (ex-Deloitte)
Tim Noonan leads PwC’s SAP Alliance in Australia. He helps clients enabling their digital transformation leveraging SAP's portfolio of business software. 

Tim Williams

Has been with PwC since: 2014
Tim Williams leads the national ‘Perform’ capability at PwC, focused on helping leaders improve the productivity of their office based or remote working operations. 

PwC Consulting's appointments

In its 2020 financial year, which ran from the summer of 2019 to 2020, PwC appointed twelve partners in its Consulting wing. In between the summer promotion round and the 1 January 2021 round, PwC Consulting admitted two additional partners to its partnership: India Hardy and Emily Wilhelm – both joined from rival Deloitte. 

Commenting on the new 2021 partners, CEO Tom Seymour said “We are thrilled to welcome this talented group to our partnership and congratulate them on this fantastic achievement. Our admission class is our future and plays a critical role in our firm’s growth ambitions.”