Christine Nixon will kick off the education program on Friday 30 September and she will share her lessons from the challenges she faced while Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police.
Between 2001 and 2009, she led 14,000 staff, operating across more than 500 locations and oversaw an annual budget of $1.7 billion. During this time, she was in charge of all security operation for the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games and played a lead role in the Black Saturday Bushfire emergency operations.
In February 2009, Christine was appointed to chair the Victorian Bushfire Reconstruction and Recovery Authority, tasked with the oversight and coordination of the largest recovery and rebuilding program Victoria has ever faced.
Christine is a contributor and lecturer in various leadership forums, including the Australian and New Zealand School of Government and Harvard University’s Policing Leadership Dialogue series. Christine also creates and delivers leadership courses with the primary aim of helping women to achieve positions of power and influence. Christine is both intelligent and witty, making for a memorable and purposeful event.
She is a Fellow in various organizations, including the Australian Institute of Police Management, the Australian Institute of Management, the Institute of Public Administration Australia and the Australian New Zealand School of Government.
Christine’s plenary is on Friday 30 September from 9.00 am- 10.00 am.
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Christine Nixon appears by arrangement with Searlight Group.