PwC has appointed Agnieszka Gajewska as global leader of its government and public services (G&PS) practice.
Gajewska is a partner in PwC Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) based in Warsaw, leading the environmental, social and governance (ESG) platform for 29 territories in CEE.
The firm said Gajewska is set to lead a practice of more than 12,000 professionals worldwide and support clients in local, regional, national and global government and public service entities across areas including defense, security, digital government and education.
Gajewska has worked globally supporting governments, international institutions and the private sector to achieve sustainable growth in over 40 countries.
PwC also said Gajewska has advised on public sector transformation, structural reforms, digitisation and ESG with a focus on climate change, and has been driving large scale client engagements globally, including advisory framework contracts for multilateral institutions.
Kevin Burrowes, PwC’s Global Clients and Industries Leader, said: “Agnieszka brings to this role hands-on experience working with public sector clients in the CEE region and across the globe on their most pressing issues, and making an impact.
“As the new Global G&PS leader she will challenge herself and our global network to continue PwC’s purpose of building trust in society as we solve our clients’ important problems.”
Gajewska added: “I am truly privileged to lead our G&PS community of more than 12,000 passionate people, especially now, in such exciting times that offer so many opportunities and require out-of-the box thinking.”