PwC appoints global public services leader

PwC has appointed a partner in its Central & Eastern Europe business as its global leader of the government & public services practice.

Agnieszka Gajewska is taking on the role, where she will lead a practice of more than 12,000 professionals worldwide and help support clients in local, regional, national and global government and public service entities.

Based in PwC’s Warsaw office, her work will cover a wide range of areas, including defence, security, digital government, education, international development, cities and local government, social services and public finance.

Gajewska has spent the last 20 years advising on public sector transformation, structural reforms, digitisation and ESG (with a focus on climate change).

“I am a great supporter of building back better as economies and communities recover from the Covid-19 crisis,” she said.

“As a firm present in 156 countries, we are very well positioned to support our public sector clients to address the critical challenges of a century, address the climate crisis and build a more equitable society while still generating growth.”