Our presenters, Caitlin Guilfoyle, Future of work Growth Play Leader, and Gabriel Harris, Partner in Financial Services Consulting, will showcase PwC’s award-winning collaboration with Western Sydney University to create an Operations Delivery Centre in Parramatta, which exclusively employs undergraduate and post-graduate students. The initiative addresses the challenge for young workers in Western Sydney to find employment, whilst helping the team to build a truly diverse and talented workforce.
The session will conclude with a member-only Q&A.
Caitlin Guilfoyle, Future of work Growth Play Leader, PwC Australia
Caitlin is a Workforce Transformation specialist with over 15 years’ experience in Australia and overseas in roles within public and private enterprise. A leader within PwC’s Future of Work practice, Caitlin develops the firm’s point of view in market and supports clients across all industries, to help them prepare for their future of work, now.
Prior to working at PwC, Caitlin worked for the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet where she focused on strategic people programs, including leading HR for the G20 International Leaders Summit in Australia.
Caitlin holds an MBA and is a Certified Member of the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI).
Gabriel Harris, Partner in Financial Services Consulting, PwC Australia
Gabriel is a Partner in the Financial Services Consulting practice, specialising in regulatory compliance, conduct and remediation. She has extensive experience across Financial Services, including Superannuation, Insurance and Financial Advice, both in the UK and Australia.
Alongside client work, Gabriel has overseen the operations and growth of PwC Australia’s Western Sydney Operations Delivery Centre which provides scalable delivery capability to PwC Australia and their clients, as well as hands on work experience for students at Western Sydney University.
Gabriel is also the Managing Partner of PwC Australia’s Skilled Service Hub based in Adelaide.
The Workforce of the Future webinars form part of the Shared Value Project’s inaugural Speaker Series. The series will explore topical conversations related to purpose and business, leveraging the expertise within the shared value community.