Accenture promotes Andrew Woolf, Emma Neil and Nhung Mason

11 August 2021 1 min. read
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Accenture’s Australian arm has made a number of senior promotions in the past weeks, including Andrew Woolf, Emma Neil and Nhung Mason.

A veteran of the firm, Andrew Woolf has been with Accenture for almost thirty years, and currently heads up its Financial Services industry vertical in Australia and New Zealand.

Previously he held the global talent and organisation lead role for Accenture’s financial services practice, managing close to 500 professionals across eleven countries, and has also served in the UK, the US, Asia and Africa. He holds a business degree from Aston University in the UK.

Andrew Woolf, Emma Neil and Nhung Mason - Accenture

Set to take the role of Communications Media & Technology (CMT) lead in December, Emma Neil has been with the firm for the past two decades, and currently serves as a managing director in the firm’s CMT practice, including responsibility for the firm’s work with the National Broadband Network (NBN).

She graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Economics and kicked off her career as a human resources analyst intern with Optus.

Originally a refugee from Vietnam, Nhung Mason will now head up the Australian arm of Accenture’s Products business. Currently she leads its Retail & Consumer Goods wing across Australia and New Zealand, having joined the firm in 2004.

Prior to that, Mason worked for two years as a management consultant with acquired Australian independent Sinclair Knight Merz, after earning a transport and logistics undergraduate degree with RMIT.

Earlier this year, Accenture bolstered its Strategy & Consulting team with former Strategy& partners Anthony James and Peter Burns.