Jodie Sizer

Co-Founder and Co-CEO, PwC's Indigenous Consulting (PIC), Board member Collingwood FC

Jodie is a Djap Wurrung /Gunditjmara woman, and part of the Framlingham Community of South West Victoria. 

PIC is a majority Indigenous owned, led and staffed consulting business, a world first for the PwC global network.  From a small team at commencement in October 2013, PIC has grown now to over 60 staff, 60% of whom are Indigenous Australians. Over this time, PIC has completed nearly 1,000 projects, across more than 650 communities around Australia. This includes ground-breaking and major reform work across a range of social and human services, and across urban, regional and remote setting.

Jodie is the Chairperson of the Australian Institute for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies and sits on the Board of Collingwood Football Club.   She is a member of the Victorian Women’s Hall of Fame, noted as one of the AFR 100 women of influence and was the inaugural Dardi Indigenous Business Leadership Award recipient in Victoria. Jodie was named as Victorian Aboriginal Young Achiever in 2000, when she was working as an auditor at a big four accounting firm and has maintained a prominent role in the Indigenous space and across broader society.