Introducing Wendy Cohen

Wendy recently joined Iceni and hit the ground running on a very busy project with the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment (DAWE). Wendy is an experienced executive leader across philanthropic, advocacy and membership organisations. Skilled in corporate communications, management, community engagement, business development and strategic planning, she is a great asset to the

Australian e-product waste – understanding the cost, greenhouse emissions and public health risks

E-product stewardship in Australia Executive Summary ReportE-product stewardship in Australia Evidence Report The growth in Australia’s population and living standards has seen an increase in waste generation, including e-waste. The amount of e-waste is expected to continue to grow over the coming years, leading to increasing health and environmental impact concerns.  The ‘E-product Stewardship in

Introducing Sara Soutphommasane

Iceni are excited to welcome Sara Soutphommasane. Sara is a highly experienced policy maker and project manager with expertise in developing business cases, organisational and sector-specific strategies. A true collaborator, Sara has a strong track record in working with stakeholders across different governments and disciplines to develop pragmatic, impactful solutions. Sara has experience in diverse

Introducing Nicoll Parton

We are very excited to welcome Nicoll Parton to our talented team in the role of Senior Manager. Nicoll is outcome focused with a proven track record in managing complex marketing and communications programs. A digital guru, she has previously designed an online research portal for industry specialists worldwide, analysed the Scottish fishing industry’s employment

Get to know Angela Fiumara

Iceni is excited to welcome Angela Fiumara back to Iceni in the role of Associate Director. Angela is a highly skilled and accomplished leader with experience in a range of sectors and industries, including public sector, infrastructure, global resources, utilities, construction and energy. She brings specialist skills in stakeholder engagement, communications and corporate reputation management

Aligning Governance to Strategy

Transitioning to a more integrated strategy and organisational maturity requires leaders to bring together the key elements of the operating model, such as governance, processes, capabilities, infrastructure, technology, services and partners. When these elements do not align with the new approach, cracks appear, cultural change is hampered, and strategies fail to deliver. An Australian Government