PwC’s Megan Brownlow to step down as partner

Mariam Cheik-Hussein
By Mariam Cheik-Hussein | 28 February 2019

PwC partner and national industry leader for technology, media and telecommunications Megan Brownlow is stepping down from her role after more than two years, AdNews can reveal.

Brownlow, who has been at PwC for more than 12 years, will transition into a full-time non-executive director on 1 April.

She started her career at the firm in 2008 as editor before going on to become executive director in 2010.

Brownlow currently sits as the deputy chair of Screen Australia and Media Federation Australia, which she will continue to do.

She will also stay on as chair of the Advisory Committee for the ACMA Regional and Small Publishers Innovation Fund and the UTS School of Communication.

Following her departure, PwC’s TMT thought leadership program, the Outlook will be lead by CMO Advisory partner Justin Papps.

In 2015 Brownlow was selected to be part of the Australian Marketing Academy Leaders program, which selected 30 executives to prepare them to become future business leaders and board members.

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