School of Management and Governance - BA, LLB (UNSW) | LLM (Hons) (USyd) | PhD (Brunel University London)
My primary areas of focus are diversity, inclusion, inclusive leadership, team performance and the future of work. I blend academic rigour with practitioner insights. Currently a Professor of Practice in the School of Management and Governance, as well as a board member and independent workplace consultant, I was previously a partner in Deloitte. For ten years I led the National Diversity & Inclusion Consulting Practice in which capacity I advised global executives on D&I strategy and inclusive leadership. Prior to Deloitte I was a co-Founder of a boutique D&I consulting firm, and prior to that I worked in Government as a lawyer specialising firstly in criminal law and then human rights. As a sessional lecturer, I taught Organisational Behaviour at UNSW, and Advanced Discrimination Law at the University of Sydney.
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