Susan Woods will step into the role in March 2018 following the vacancy left by Frank Campbell’s retirement in November, according to a statement by the RBA.
She has over 20 years’ experience as a consultant in the financial services industry in the areas of business strategy, technology design and implementation, productivity development, business simplification and large-scale project implementation.
Prior to her time at StatePlus, Ms Woods held the role of principal at Mandolong Advisory Services, and before that was a Deloitte partner between 2007 and 2012.
Ms Woods has also held director, vice president and principal roles at Tiburon Consulting, Capgemini and EY, respectively.
In her new position, Ms Woods will oversee the RBA’s information technology and facilities management departments, the statement said.
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