TIP Group Appoints Rachel Swift as Chief Strategy Officer

ASX-listed TIP Group has appointed a former strategy consultant Rachel Swift as Chief Strategy Officer.

The appointment sees Rachel – the moderate-aligned Liberal who ran unsuccessfully for Boothby’s seat in this year’s federal election – assume full responsibility for TIP Group’s strategy program and strategy consulting practice.

Rachel brings 18 years of experience in business strategy, healthcare, medical research and management consulting to the financial institution focused on intergenerational wealth transfer.

Prior to her run for Parliament, Rachel was a member of the Board of Trustees of GPEx and the ModMed Institute, and also served on the Federal Department of Health’s Advisory Council on Healthcare Technology and Competitiveness.

A Rhodes Scholar, Rachel has spent the past few years running her own healthcare consulting firm, Swift Outcomes. Previously, she spent a decade with the Boston Consulting Group in the United States and Australia, and served as Chief Strategy Officer for a nonprofit global health institution.

“Rachel is one of the few people in the world who can claim to advise the UN, WHO and world governments on matters of international importance. She is one of an even smaller number of Australians who can add a career in healthcare, science and business to these outstanding achievements – all at an age when most of us were only learning to do a difference,” said Andrew Coleman, CEO of TIP Group.

“I am delighted to have found a woman of her caliber to lead our strategy practice. I can’t think of a single organization that wouldn’t benefit from Rachel’s guidance. »

Commenting on her new challenge, Rachel said, “I see a huge opportunity in this role. First, to impact Australia’s future by helping medium-sized and growing businesses grow because they are the engine of the country. Secondly, given my own expertise, I have an appetite and interest in helping Australian healthcare businesses succeed, as there is so much untapped potential that can be tapped to deliver better health outcomes for all.

“TIP’s vision to transfer knowledge and wealth between generations is important and will be of crucial importance as Australia faces strong headwinds on the economic and health fronts.”

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