Meg has been an integral part of the ClimateWorks team since 2010. She leads the 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 is leading the organisation’s efforts to ‘mainstream’ Australia’s zero net emissions future across business and the community. She is also playing a key role in exploring the potential to expand ClimateWorks’ reach and impact into the Asia Pacific region. She has co-authored reports on ‘Improving Australia’s Light Vehicle Fuel Efficiency’, ‘How to Make the Most of Demand Management’ and the ‘Impact of the Carbon Price Package’, and led the organisation’s regional low carbon growth planning work for Greater Geelong, Gippsland, Macquarie Park and City of Melbourne. Meg also continues to contribute to a number of other ClimateWorks projects.
Meg holds an MBA with a specialisation in Environmental Sustainability. She has previously worked in state government managing funding programs focused on business and skills development, and for the International Energy Agency, providing secretariat support to working parties focused on energy efficiency, renewables and clean technology transfer, and organising international conferences.