Meg led Climateworks’ international and country context teams, with a focus on business development, strategic relationship management and political and policy context analysis across Australia, Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands.
She led the expansion of Climateworks’ footprint into Southeast Asia and the Pacific, including establishing a team in Indonesia. She has also led global and regional strategic relationship-building to position Climateworks as a partner of choice internationally.
Meg has extensive experience convening coalitions to deliver high impact projects, leading teams to develop innovative solutions at the nexus of climate change and international development, and facilitating processes to build consensus across a diverse range of stakeholders around the low carbon transition.
Meg’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Film and Television (Melbourne University), a Certificate in Carbon Accounting (Swinburne University), and a Masters of Business Administration – Environmental Sustainability (Deakin University). She has also completed the Australian Institute of Company Directors’ course and is a Fellow with the Centre for Sustainability Leadership (CSL).