PwC appoints Facebook’s Stephen Scheeler

Rosie Baker
By Rosie Baker | 30 May 2017
Stephen Scheeler

Facebook’s former MD Stephen Scheeler has resurfaced at PwC to lead mobile strategy.

Scheeler, who left Facebook suddenly four months ago, is joining PwC as a partner and special adviser on mobile. 

He is the latest in a  line of senior appointments PwC has made in the digital, media and marketing space. 

His appointment was first revealed by The Australian Financial Review


Last year Former Ten boss Russel Howcroft joined as chief creative officer

He then appointed marketing leaders including Foxtel’s Mark Buckman and out-going AANA CEO Sunita Gloster to an advisory board.

PwC has also appointed former chief innovation officer at the World Bank and deputy chief technology officer at the White House, to lead its government digital transformation arm, and former Telstra digital boss Monty Hamilton.

Facebook replaced Scheeler with Will Easton - who is returning to take up the same managing director role he departed two years a go for a stint in a regional APAC role.

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