Chloe Symes joins public sector consultancy Cube Group

09 March 2021 2 min. read
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Melbourne-based management consulting firm Cube Group has added Chloe Symes to its team.

Appointed a Director per March 24, Symes joins the firm from Big Four giant KPMG, where she spent the past seven years latterly as an Associate Director. During her tenure at the consultancy, she delivered numerous client projects across a range of people, learning, transformation and leadership topics in the government, not-for-profit, health and human services sectors.

Most recently, this saw her lead the change stream for a multi-year transformation programme for a local government client focused on replacing a legacy infrastructure with an integrated, cloud-based platform. Symes developed a change framework for the programme, and is leading the roll-out across leaders and staff for multiple projects and workstreams.

Chloe Symes, Director, Cube Group

Earlier in her career, Symes worked for PwC as a HR professional, supporting fee-earners in the Tax & Legal division, and had a short stint at boutique human capital consultancy Lixivium Consulting. 

At Cube Group she is part of the Strategy, Policy and Change team, and will focus on helping the firm’s public sector client base – federal, state and local government, not-for-profits, volunteer organisations and industry associations – with professionalising their operations and re-imagining their services in a post-Covid-19 word. 

“I have always loved working with clients that contribute to a better society and deliver meaningful outcomes to others. I'm looking forward to joining Cube Group to deepen my focus in this space alongside a group of purpose-driven and passionate individuals,” she said. 

“Chloe’s ability to shape and deliver all aspects of organisational transformation – people, culture, process, technology and infrastructure – is a rare and vital skill that I’m delighted to bring to our most bold, change-ready clients,” said Cube Group founder Ben Schramm. 

Symes becomes the firm’s fifth Director, alongside Andrew Belton, Vicky Kyris, Tom Craven and Julia Hovendon. The 30-strong privately-held consulting firm is led by partner team of four (Andrew Campbell, Kathryn Anderson and Rob Camm) led by managing partner Ben Schramm.