Graham is passionate about the role of the Not-For-Profit sector working with communities to build a better society, and has successfully helped ORGANISAtIONS to stay focused on their mission in a changing world.

Graham believes that the not-for-profit sector can help lead the way in addressing complex social issues, especially those facing young people in the justice system and the most disadvantaged in the community. He brings this passion to his engagement with clients, with a focus on justice reform, addressing poverty, and improving risk management and governance for not-for-profits. Graham has over 20 years’ experience working in government and not-for-profit agencies including time as a Government Minister and not-for-profit CEO and board member. Graham has worked with clients across Australia to help them improve their organisation and make a difference in their community. Clients have included Local Aboriginal Land Councils, health providers, welfare agencies, advocacy groups and the wider community sector.

Graham brings his considerable experience to Noetic, adding to the not-for-profit sector expertise of the company. “Noetic prides itself on the talented people it works with and brings to every project. I value being part of the Noetic team that is committed to thought leadership across such a diverse group of industry sectors.”

Qualifications: Master of International Studies (Merit), Bachelor of Commerce (Management Studies)
Member: Chartered Member Institute of Logistics and Transport, advanced firefighter NSW Rural Fire Service
Strengths/qualities: Community development and engagement, mission refocus and application, risk and governance for not-for-profits