Professional services consultancy, Struber, has announced a series of leadership appointments in Queensland and ACT:
- Veronica Nolan has taken on the role of Strategic Design and Innovation Lead. Co-designing and facilitating outcomes for organisational culture and change, she has previously worked in both the private and public sectors, including state and local government. Most recently as Innovation Partner at Aurecon, Veronica has seen the impact of organisational culture on how Struber does business. Her work engages holistic models of planning and focuses on shaping more productive collaboration, critical to the design and delivery of the infrastructure needed for today and well into the future.
- Holly Langler has stepped in as QLD Director. She has led teams for some of Australia’s high-profile projects, including at Infrastructure NSW as Director Engagement and Behaviour Change and Queensland Rail as Manager Stakeholder Relationships. Holly has worked across a diverse range of sectors including transport, development, water, environment, social infrastructure, planning and policy, emergency and community services. She possesses a track record for leading effective, thoughtful and creative work which has been recognised through multiple industry awards.
- Chris Snewin is welcomed to the team as Director in ACT. Having a Masters in Public Policy and a Master of Business Analytics, Chris has previously worked for International Health and Medical Services (IHMS) as Director of Corporate Affairs & Performance Management, following a role at NBN as State Manager of Stakeholder Engagement.
- Harley McNamara joins the firm as Associate Director in ACT. He was previously Senior Communication and Stakeholder Engagement Consultant at Communication Link, and prior to that, Communication and Stakeholder Manager at John Holland. Harley has a strong background in undertaking consultation for projects at all stages of their planning lifecycle including feasibility testing, master planning, Environmental Impact Statement, DA and Pre-DA stages.