Jenn Morris

Jenn is a Partner at Deloitte in the Consulting service line, leads the public sector practice for the WA office, has 12 years of consulting experience and leads large scale complex transformation programs of work. She has a focus in the public sector and higher education areas and has also led engagements in a broad range of areas, specifically in the Strategy and Organisational field.

At the end of 2007, Jenn was announced as Deloitte’s National Businesswoman of the Year.

Prior to Deloitte she has worked at Professional Public Relations as an account manager and more recently at Rio Tinto Iron Ore as a senior business analyst.

In addition to her current business career, Jenn is a Director of the Fremantle Football Club, Commissioner of the Australian Sports Commission and a former board member of the Western Australian Institute of Sport which provides support to Western Australia's elite and potential elite athletes for the highest level of international competition. She is also is the immediate past Chairperson of the Board of Healthway, the government’s peak health promotion body.

Before commencing her professional career, Jenn spent more than ten years with the Australian Women’s Hockey Team, where she won Olympic gold medals at the Atlanta 1996 and Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. She has been described by Coach Ric Charlesworth in his recently released books as the best player in the world in her position and also the most resilient.