Katherine Henry


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Katherine.Henry@russellreynolds.com

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Katherine Henry


Katherine Henry is a senior member of the firm’s global Corporate Officers Sector and leads the Human Resources Officers Practice in Australia. She specializes in advising clients on large-scale transformations across industries, including technology, financial services, legal, professional services, consumer goods, and energy and natural resources. Katherine leverages a deep background in strategic frameworks and organizational psychology to identify, assess, recruit and develop top executive talent for industry-leading clients. She is based in Melbourne.

Previous Experience


Katherine joined Russell Reynolds Associates from the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO), where she was Executive General Manager, People and Transformation. As a member of the Executive Team, she was responsible for delivering the People & Culture strategy and services, as well as the organizational transformation program across the enterprise. Previously, Katherine was with ASX-listed Bellamy’s Organic and UXC, where she held Chief Human Resources Officer roles. With close to 20 years of HR experience, she began her career with PwC Consulting, in the Human Capital and Strategic Change Practice.

Education & Affiliations


Katherine holds a BA in social sciences: human resource management, psychology and English literature from Monash University School of Psychology and a graduate diploma in career development from the School of Psychology at Deakin University. She is also accredited in coaching and is a qualified Counselor and Organizational Careers Practitioner.

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