Over the past decade, Bronwyn has strategically sought to build her experience around a variety of organisations and projects affording her the opportunity to develop solid business acumen and a broad perspective and knowledge base to draw from. She possesses the natural capacity to navigate complexity and ambiguity and employs her innate ability to develop creative but strategic and commercially viable solutions and new approaches to overcome challenges.
Bronwyn is particularly skilled at developing strategic approaches to doing business and designing a framework to operationalise a strategy. In addition to this she is a skilled project manager who can operationalise and execute activities to achieve strategic objectives.
Consulting to a range of clients has enabled Bronwyn to build strong networks with stakeholder across state, federal and local government, research institutions, SME’s and startups (in Australia). She also volunteers on a number of boards with a focus on regional development, governance, public policy, innovation and entrepreneurship.
Bronwyn works exceptionally well across multi-disciplinary teams and has the ability to influence at all levels. When leading projects she focuses on gaining clarity (through research), developing insight (through relationships) and overlaying foresight - always keeping her eye on the future; ensuring risks are mitigated; and that measurable and meaningful outcomes are achieved.
Master of International & Community Development
Deakin University, Australia (2015)
Post Graduate Certificate in Economic Development
RMIT University, Australia (2011)
Diploma of Business, Management & Administration
Martin College, Australia (2002)
Regional Development Australia Far North Queensland & Torres Strait Inc
yRepublic - Cairns Millennial Social Enterprise
Taste Paradise - TNQ Regional Food Network
Australian American Leadership Dialogue
Young Leaders Dialogue Alumni
Australian Institute of Company Directors
Australian Institute of Management
In order to reach commercially viable or long term sustainable outcomes for organisations, communities and governments; Bronwyn's believes that it is critical that strategies consider talent, natural and fiscal resources.