Meg plays a lead role in partnership development for ClimateWorks’ new work program in the Asia Pacific region, ‘Pathways to Prosperity: Achieving lowest emissions development and the SDGs’.
She also leads ClimateWorks’ Engagement Team, providing strategic oversight for ClimateWorks stakeholder management, leading the organisation’s communication strategies to advance progress on climate change and catalyse tangible action by business and government, and overseeing the philanthropy fundraising program.
Meg led the development of a number of sub-national low carbon growth plans (Greater Geelong, Gippsland, Macquarie Park and City of Melbourne), and co-authored the reports ‘Improving Australia’s Light Vehicle Fuel Efficiency’, ‘How to Make the Most of Demand Management’ and the ‘Impact of the Carbon Price Package’. Meg continues to contribute strategically to a number of ClimateWorks projects.
Meg previously worked in government, managing funding programs focused on capacity building. She has also worked for the International Energy Agency, supporting working parties focused on energy efficiency, renewables and clean technology transfer.
Meg holds an MBA with a specialisation in Environmental Sustainability from Deakin University and a Bachelor of Film and Television from the University of Melbourne. She also holds a Certificate in Advertising from Sydney Institute of TAFE and completed Award School for Copywriting and Art Direction.