Liverpool-based economic development and regeneration advisory firm Amion Consulting has promoted Carmel Booth to the role of partner.
Booth is a chartered accountant and has financial, commercial, regeneration and transformational change consultancy experience.
She has led on infrastructure projects, change programmes and new commercial ventures including the establishment of the Homes & Communities Agency, the development of sporting stadia and venues, PFI and outsourcing contracts, and the £72m Museum of Liverpool.
Booth joined Amion as a director in 2009, having previously worked for KPMG and Deloitte. She has advised a range of organisations including major private sector developers, local authorities, government departments and the third sector with charities, and social enterprises.
Booth said: "Our work is perhaps even more important today as organisations are looking to do more with less money and consider new ways of operating."