Robyn Dunn joins Niche as Executive General Manager – People & Culture

February 14, 2024

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New appointment reflects commitment to empowering people to find their niche.

 
Niche’s Managing Director, Ian Rollins, has announced the appointment of Robyn (Rob) Dunn as Executive General Manager – People & Culture.
 
Rob brings a wealth of experience in human resources, having led the People & Culture function for organisations within the financial services, insurance and technology sectors, and most recently at environmental consultants ERM. Her former roles include responsibility for national, ANZ and Asia-Pacific territories at top tier firms Westpac, KPMG, Commonwealth Bank and QBE.
 

 
Robyn Dunn
Executive General Manager – People & Culture
 
Rob is known for thinking “outside the box” to find the right solutions to drive operational excellence, while fostering growth for businesses, and cultivating cultures that empower individuals to thrive.
 
Combining a high-energy approach with commercial acumen, Rob is skilled in sourcing and nurturing talent, with deep experience in relationship-building, and collaboration with executive leadership teams.
 
“Our people are proud to do work that matters, and we are committed to supporting them by being the best place to work in our industry,” commented Ian.
 
“To achieve this, we empower people to find their niche with us, equipping and inspiring them to master their craft, while working flexibly in ways that suit their lives.”
 
“As we expand and innovate into the future – and with Rob’s leadership in People & Culture – we remain committed to creating positive impacts for nature and communities.”
 
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