Deloitte makes 14 partnership promotions across Australia

21 December 2021 5 min. read
More news on

Professional services firm Deloitte has made fourteen end-of-year partnership promotions across Australia.

“We’re thrilled to announce our new Deloitte Australia partner promotes,” the firm stated on LinkedIn. “Each has a unique story and background, reflecting the varied career opportunities and pathways for our people.”

Deloitte makes 14 partnership promotions across Australia

Shaun Watson
Watson serves in the Transformation & Operations unit of Deloitte Consulting out of Canberra, with a focus on defence and intelligence clients. He joined Deloitte from Grumman toward the beginning of the year, having previously spent a decade at IBM Consulting and over eight years at Sun Microsystems.

Dane Du Chateau
Du Chateau has spent close to the past seven and half years as a management consultant in Deloitte’s Sydney office, specialised in program management, digital transformation, mergers & acquisitions and cloud delivery. Previous experience includes a stint as a business analyst at ITV in London.

Christie Percival
First joining the accounting and consulting firm in 2011, Percival has been with Deloitte for over a decade, and currently serves as a director at Deloitte Digital, where she specialises in digital banking and leads the delivery of complex business and technology transformation programs.

Sasha Grimm
Grimm is a member of Deloitte’s Immigration practice, where she serves large scale corporate clients on strategic international mobility solutions. She has been with the firm for seven years, in Perth and more recently Sydney, before which she spent close to eight years at legal services firm Fragomen.

Ben Thwaites
Following a five-year leadership stint at Macquarie Group, Thwaites joined the Sydney office of Deloitte in 2017, and is now responsible for the delivery of technology advisory and implementation services to clients across the financial services, not-for-profit, and public sectors. He was previously a vice president at Deutsche Bank in London.

Cheryl Cheong
Cheong has been with Deloitte’s Risk Advisory division in Canberra for the past two years, joining from DXC Technology with previous stints at PwC, Gartner, EMC, and IBM. She has experience across a range of sectors, including financial services, healthcare, and education, with a focus on data & analytics and technology risk advisory.

Claire Ibrahim
Brisbane-based Ibrahim is a member of Deloitte Access Economics’ economic analysis and public policy team, with expertise in microeconomic analysis, economic scenario modelling, and public policy reform agendas. She joined Deloitte in 2016 from the Queensland Treasury, where she was an associate advisor.

Daniel Quinn
Quinn has been with Deloitte in Melbourne coming up to seven years, and currently serves as a leader in Deloitte’s central Operations & Risk team, managing its supply chain of contractor agencies and responsible for the recruitment, on-boarding and training of contingent resources to support numerous remediation and complaint-handling programs nationwide.

Jonathan Shotter
Shotter will become a partner in the Sydney office of Deloitte Consulting, having been with the firm for a little over two years. Previously, he spent three and a half years with PwC, before which he was with Accenture in the UK and Sydney for a decade and a half. He has experience across a range of sectors, including government, telecoms, utilities, and financial services.

Lize Janse van Rensburg
A versed external auditor, IT Auditor and IT Risk practice lead with experience in the financial services, automotive, consumer goods and mining sectors among others, Janse van Rensburg has served with Deloitte in Melbourne for under two years after joining from Standard Bank in Johannesburg. Previously she spent nine years with KPMG in South Africa, rising to senior IT audit manager.

Katherine Wannan
A director of workforce transformation in Deloitte’s Human Capital Consulting practice, Wannan first joined the firm in New York in 2012, before transferring to Sydney three years later. She has served in previous human resources roles with QBE in the UK and US, and with Westpac in Sydney.

Ross Wildes
Wildes is a public sector strategy and transformation specialist at Monitor Deloitte, where he has been based out of Melbourne for the past five years following a seven year stint in various roles with the Victorian Department of Premier and Cabinet. Earlier, he spent three years with management consultancy Nous Group. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Melbourne.

Lammert Vos
Vos leads the Quantitative Financial Risk Management and Asset Enablement offerings out of Deloitte’s Assurance practice, serving as a director in the firm’s Treasury and Capital Markets Team. Based in Melbourne, Vos has been with Deloitte for more than eleven years, with an earlier stint with Rand Merchant Bank in South Africa.

Stuart McCusker
McCusker is a director in Deloitte's Data & AI practice in Melbourne, with experience advising on and implementing large scale digital transformations across the Victorian Government. He has been with Deloitte for almost eleven years, first joining the firm in 2011 shortly after completing dual degrees in Engineering (software) and Commerce at the University of Melbourne.