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Christine is a respected communication consultant, who has worked in Western Australia for over 40 years.  Her experience encompasses the private, public and not-for-profit sectors and a wide range of industries, services, organisations and institutions.


Until her retirement at the end of 2018 she ran a successful consultancy for 15 years in which she provided high-level strategic communications and project management advice to private and public sector clients concentrating on the planning and construction of large infrastructure projects.  These included the Mandurah Rail, Optus Stadium and Station, Matagarup Bridge and the Forrestfield Airport Rail Link.


Her expertise encompasses the development of complex, strategic community and stakeholder engagement plans, project management, facilitation and training.  She holds certification with IAP2 (International Association for Public Participation), RABQSA Lead Auditor Safety Management Systems, and internal auditor and project manager accreditation with SAI Global.


She holds a Bachelor of Business (Marketing & Industrial Relations) and a Graduate Diploma (Human Services) both from Curtin University of Technology.


Christine has shared her knowledge and skills by serving on academic and not-for-profit boards and advisory committees, and by providing pro bono services, public lectures and mentoring. She has served on the boards of Curtin University, Palmerston, Perth City Mission, Women’s Health Care House, Sonshine FM radio and World Vision (Perth).  She spent five years as a councillor for the Public Relations Industry of Australia and served on the state committee for IAP2.

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