Thérèse Rein is an Australian rehabilitation Counsellor and entrepreneur, and founder of Ingeus — an international employment and business psychology services company.
Ingeus expanded from being a one-person enterprise to employing more than 6,000 people in around 150 offices across 12 countries. The company served half a million people at any one time with the purpose of assisting them into decent lasting jobs. Ingeus was acquired by Providence Services Corporation in 2014 and again in 2019 by APM Group.
In 2010, Thérèse was awarded the prestigious Australian Human Rights Medal for her ongoing work and commitment to celebrating and improving the lives of people with a disability and their carers. In 2012 Thérèse was awarded Telstra Business Woman of the Year (Northern Region) and Ernst & Young 2012 Australian Champion Entrepreneur of the year.
Thérèse currently serves on the Board of the National Apology Foundation, Monash Investment Holdings, SAPIA, and a SPAC in the USA. She is Managing Director of Osprey Productions
Thérèse holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) (Psychology) from the Australian National University and Honorary doctorates from Griffith University, University of Western Sydney and Australia National University.