“Working with clients fluidly enables our team to step into their world with the benefit of fresh eyes and clear solutions.”
Demand for Louise’s expertise has resulted in successful delivery of multifaceted projects across Australia, Papua New Guinea and Bangladesh. As an award-winning executive she has more than 30 years’ experience specialising in communication, stakeholder relations, community engagement, issues management, media relations and organisational change. Louise is also a trained mediator.
Louise has extensive experience as a communication and stakeholder engagement manager in government and private organisations within the transport, finance and utilities industries, including senior positions in the Department of Premier and Cabinet, Department of State Development, TransLink and Sydney Water. She has led stakeholder engagement and community engagement for a number of significant projects including the Brisbane South PHN Needs Assessment, Airport Link and Northern Busway (for CityNorthInfrastructure), Goonyella to Abbot Point Rail Upgrade and the Northside Storage Tunnel (Sydney Water).
Louise has a passion for working for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and has undertaken both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and Maori Pasifika cultural competency training. She is experienced in working with community to develop meaningful Reconciliation Action Plans.
Louise has a Bachelor of Business (Communication) and a Graduate Certificate (Legal Studies), both from the Queensland University of Technology.
“Keeping projects focussed, on budget and on time enables us to deliver for clients outstanding outcomes – every time.”
Meg is a highly qualified business operations manager with program and project management experience. Meg began her career in Agribusiness working in Australia and East Africa, she has also worked across the health and aged care sectors within business operational and specific project management roles.
Meg has always been motivated by system evaluation and analysis and has a deep interest in streamlining and coordinating processes and implementing change, where necessary, to ensure efficient, effective, and appropriate use of resources.
Early in Meg’s career she realised the need to ensure effective systems and processes within any business environment and clear communication at all levels and across sectors.
Meg has a Bachelor of Science (Physiology) and an Associate Diploma Rural Business Administration, both from the University of New England. She is a Member of Golden Key International Honour Society for outstanding academic results. Meg has also undertaken Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural competency training and is a qualified Personal Trainer.