Deloitte adds three new partners to consulting practice

27 October 2021 2 min. read
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Continuing to expand its numbers, Deloitte has added three new partners to its consulting division.

Paul Jackson

After close to eight years at Deloitte, and as a partner since 2013, Jackson was among a raft of senior professionals brought by Sayers – the consulting firm established by former PwC boss Luke Sayers in 2020 – to launch its new Technology & Platforms business unit at the beginning of the year. After barely the six months, Jackson is now back at Deloitte, rejoining the firm’s Intelligent Automation team as a partner in Queensland.

Deloitte Consulting managing partner Ellen Derrick welcomed Jackson back with open arms. “After taking an opportunity to further his experience in asset-enabled businesses and technology platform companies, Paul is back, bringing the benefit of his newfound knowledge and experience to the team (and) offering experience and leadership to the market around AI-led automation.”

Deloitte adds three new partners to consulting practice

Madonna Gill

Joining the partnership last month, in the firm’s financial services digital transformation division, Gill brings over twenty years of professional consulting experience to Deloitte, including a four-year stint at KPMG where she rose to associate partner and a decade as a partner at IBM Global Business Services (now IBM Consulting). Most recently she led Cognizant’s insurance and financial services practices out of Sydney.

Prashant Khanna

Khanna joins Deloitte Consulting’s Data & AI team as a partner in Melbourne, following the past thirteen and a half years at KPMG, including the past four as a partner. A masters-holder in Information Technology from Monash University, he advises clients in the financial services and public sectors among others on emerging technologies, information platforms & architecture, and info management strategy.

Last month, Deloitte Consulting – the largest consulting arm of the Big Four globally (including Monitor Deloitte and Deloitte Digital) – welcomed another trio to its partnership: Anatoly Tulchinsky, Daniel Houseman and Kirsten Watson.