Marianne is a co-founder of Roux Global Transformation – a global boutique strategy and leadership consulting firm with two partners and thirty associates. She is also an Affiliate Professor of Practice in Executive Development at Melbourne Business School and Monash Business School. She is an Organisational Psychologist and is completing her PhD at UQ Business School in “Leadership in the new world of work.”
Marianne has 25 years’ experience with a background in management consulting having worked for Accenture, PWC, Deloitte and Mercer on strategy, change, talent, leadership, and transformation projects. She has held two Human Resource Director roles, in South Africa and in Australia both with major transformation, alignment and growth agendas.
Marianne’s research and work focuses on adaptive organisations, leaders and human resource functions in the new world of work. She partners strategically with clients and leaders to deliver evidence-based, sustainable performance outcomes and positive human centered organisations.
She and her global team of partners and associates work with global multinationals, fast growing medium sized enterprises, start ups and Not for Profits. They have multisector experience including Mining, Oil and Gas, Pharmaceuticals, Retail, Education and Health, Energy, Financial Services, Construction, Government, Health, Aged Care, Construction, Sport and ICT.
Marianne serves on the Boards of Hagar Australia and YGAP and in 2016 founded the Coalition of Female Social Entrepreneurs, a development and networking alliance for immigrant female social entrepreneurs in Australia.
Marianne was chosen as one of 52 Inspirational women at work in South Africa in 2004, as one of 20 Female Entrepreneurs by Management today in 2011 in Australia. In 2015 she won the excellence in NFP consulting award from the Worldwide Who’s Who.