Accounting and consulting firm PwC has appointed Tina Hallett to lead firm’s Government & Public Sector group. Hallett, who has been working for PwC since 1990, previously led the firm’s Central Government practice for three years.
Tina Hallett is a specialist in the people aspects of change and transformation, with a focus on the public sector. She joined PwC in 1982, after graduating from The University of Manchester. With the exception of two years (1988 – 1990; when she worked for rival Deloitte), she spent her entire career at PwC. In 1999 she was appointed to partner and over the past years has fulfilled several leadership roles in PwC’s Government and Public Sector industry. In her last role, she led the firm’s Central Government practice for three years.
Besides her professional expertise, Hallett is recognised as an expert / role model in the field of diversity. She was a founding member of the PwC Women’s network, providing support and role models for women at all stages in their career at the firm. She also worked with the Ministry of Justice to create an innovative public -private co-coaching initiative designed to connect and coach women in the public and private sectors. Hallett served for three years as an independent member of the Ministry of Defence’s Diversity Board to support their progress on diversity.
As the lead for the Government & Public Sector group, Hallett will lead PwC’s multi-disciplinary team working with organisations across local and central government, health, education, transport, housing, defence and international development.
Recently PwC appointed also appointed Daniel Dzenkowski as Director Insurance, Leigh Bates as Director Data Analytics and George Stylianides as the new head of its Financial Services Risk and Regulation practice.