Fiona specialises in designing and implementing communication, change and marketing strategies to assist organisations undergoing major reform, transformation and cultural change. She is passionate about the ‘people issues’ related to change ensuring the design and implementation process enables business continuity and engagement through complex transitions.
Over the past 20 years, Fiona has gained experience in a number of executive, senior management, change and leadership roles in a diverse range of challenging and complex work environments with national and global responsibility.
She has worked in a variety of industry sectors in public, private, corporate, and not-for-profit organisations including; TAFE NSW, Chris O’Brien Lifehouse, Starlight Foundation, MBF & BUPA, IAG, Investa, Origin Energy, NEHTA, Tourism Australia, NSW Health and the National Health Service (UK).
In her most recent role Fiona was the Director of Change and Communication, at TAFE NSW, where she was responsible for designing and implementing communication strategies to engage and inform key stakeholders groups including Government, Industry and Employees on the TAFE NSW reform. Prior to 2015 Fiona spent five years on the Executive Team at the Chris O’Brien Lifehouse, a state-of-the-art cancer built in Camperdown NSW, where she was instrumental in building the profile and reputation of the organisation enabling fundraising as well as the design and implementation of a ‘patient centred’ model of care.