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Stephanie Males is the first Canberra woman appointed to manage PricewaterhouseCoopers in the capital—a role she said she never envisaged as a child growing up in Tuggeranong.
She is now responsible for overseeing a workforce of 500 and providing high-level advice to federal government departments on taxation, employment, international trade and supply chain consequences of delivering a range of public policy measures.
But she is also a mother of three, deeply embedded in Canberra, and giving back to the community through her role as a director of Koomarri.
In this episode of The Canberrans, Stephanie speaks about her elevation to one of the most senior roles in PwC at the start of the year while the city grappled with the first stages of COVID restrictions—how she has managed a workforce remotely as a result.
On a local level, she discusses what capital projects she’d like to see Canberra embrace, and how local suburban shops have helped connect the community during this most unprecedented year.
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