Natalie Carr
General Manager


In her role as General Manager, Natalie works across all facets of Serendis leadership practice with primary responsibility for senior relationship and business management. She also heads up our Mentoring Program Division, overseeing all aspects of design and management of our large cross-industry and in-house programs.

Natalie joined Serendis in 2013 and has driven the significant growth and expansion of the business. Prior to joining Serendis, Natalie had extensive corporate experience gained over 15 years working with both international and Australian organisations as a Human Resources specialist. Commencing in a consulting environment, Natalie's career progressed into generalist in-house HR roles across several industries including Telecommunications, Legal and Banking and Finance. Over the course of her HR career, Natalie has been involved in numerous large scale projects, including the management of a Workplace Giving program in the Investment Banking industry and two high volume Australia-wide Graduate Recruitment campaigns for blue chip Australian companies. This HR background gives Natalie a personal appreciation and genuine understanding of the dynamics within which our clients work.

Natalie is passionate about our business, its mission and delivering work of the highest standard for our clients at all times. By providing top class leadership programs to individuals and businesses we are strengthening employment relationships and directly impacting business outcomes. Natalie thrives on the challenge of balancing the individual's career development needs whilst maintaining a strategic focus on the impact on the business and industry. Natalie is particularly proud of the bespoke approach we are able to provide to each client and has a keen interest in continually growing the breadth of Serendis offering.

Natalie holds a Bachelor's degree with honours in Commerce with a major in Human Resources.

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