TLT has appointed Rebecca Shalom, a strategy and change expert, as a non-executive director to support its growth strategy.
Rebecca has 30 years of expertise driving transformations and advising leadership teams on strategy, specializing in challenging business issues. She has led successful change initiatives in professional services, consumer goods and retail, industrial manufacturing, TMT, and private equity.
She joins TLT from KPMG, where she led various business lines and professions. She was a member of KPMG’s global management team for six years as head of strategy.
Rebecca will work closely with managing partner John Wood and the executive board to deliver TLT’s strategic vision of transforming client delivery, driving sustainable financial growth, and delivering a progressive workplace agenda with market-leading sustainability.
John Wood, managing partner at TLT said: “Rebecca’s appointment is an important step in supporting our growth plans and I’m delighted to welcome her as non-executive director. A problem-solver with an analytical mindset, Rebecca brings a wealth of knowledge delivering change programmes for multinational companies across different sectors and a sharp understanding of business, ensuring we continue to provide a best-in-class service to all our clients.”
Commenting on her appointment, Rebecca Shalom said: “TLT set itself an ambitious vision for 2025 and is already seeing focus on that strategy translate into impressive growth and industry wide recognition. It’s inspiring to see TLT’s commitment to a progressive workplace, sustainability across its operations and activities and pursuit of innovation in its advice and delivery to clients. I’m excited to be joining the firm and look forward to working alongside John and the team so I can play my part in helping TLT progress further on this journey towards future success.”
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