Managing Partner, Chief Risk Officer, PwC Australia
Nadia Carlin is PwC’s Chief Risk Officer and a member of the Executive Board.
Prior to Nadia’s appointment to the Executive Board, Nadia was a member of the firm’s Assurance Leadership Team, responsible for Assurance Transformation, including the development and commercialisation of the Data Analytics practice in PwC Assurance and the market, as well as development and deployment of technology solutions into the practice. Nadia is also a former PwC Governance Board member and for three years led the Assurance Energy, Utilities & Mining business unit nationally.
Nadia has more than 24 years’ experience providing external and internal audit services to public and private companies in Australia, across a diverse range of industries and business models. Industries have included services, retail and consumer, technology, media, energy and mining.
Nadia is a Council Member of the University of Melbourne and is also an Advisor to the Trustees of the Edwin and Marion Flack Charitable Trust.
Nadia is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and completed a Bachelor Commerce at the University of Melbourne.
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