The couple joins two other former Deloitte partners who were recently recruited to Accenture, Mike Jones and Galia Jenshel.
Hettie Farrell has signed up again PwC, this time as a partner, in the company’s integrated infrastructure business. Mrs Farrell, 39, was a former chief executive of the British consulting firm Complete strategy. Prior to that, she worked at PwC, in the strategy& company and the broader company for 12 years. She is based in Victoria.
Amanda Rischbieth, 62, is contracting to PwC as a senior advisor specializing in environmental, social and corporate management. Dr. Rischbieth is a visiting researcher at Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health and an adjunct associate professor at University of Adelaide. She is also chairman of National Blood Authority. She has held a number of directorships and was CEO of Heart Foundation SA for more than 6½ years. Dr. Rischbieth is based in Adelaide.
Carl White, 47, has also joined PwC as director.
Greg Ruthven, 45, has joined Rennie Partners as associate director. Ruthven has spent the last six years on Australian energy market operator as a specialist in energy market regulation and strategic advisor. Before this he was on Independent market operator for more than 5½ years as a leader. He also worked for more than 10 years at a technology company Schlumberger. He is based in Perth.
Joshua Prince, 23 and Sam Beckman, 25, will also attend Rennie Partners as leading business analysts. Both are moving from Deloitte.
Tim O’Loan, 47, has joined of the city as the company’s cities and design director. O’Loan was earlier at AECOM for 15 years, where his most recent role was to lead the company’s cities in Australia and New Zealand, urbanism and planning business. Prior to that, he was a practice manager at the architectural firm Woods Bagot. He is based in Melbourne.
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