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Alex Crozier

Alex Crozier

Project Consultant

Highly client focused and outcome driven, Alex has provided communications support for important infrastructure projects including Transport for NSW’s More Trains, More Services Program and the Wentworth to Broken Hill Pipeline. Alex works efficiently under pressure, communicates well with team members and helps deliver the best possible outcomes for clients.

Alex Parker

Alex Parker

Project Manager

Alex Parker’s experience ranges across large scale infrastructure projects across Australia. Having developed exceptional skills in survey development and data analysis throughout her career, she endeavours to provide clients with tangibly valuable results. With extensive knowledge of research and feedback methodologies, Alexandra is deeply interested in engaging with different stakeholder groups, while encouraging open and transparent information exchanges.

Alex Vinci

Alex Vinci

Project Consultant

Alex is a strategically minded communications and stakeholder engagement professional with over 8 years’ experience. She is highly motivated, dynamic and delivery focused. Skilled in strategic management, Alex has worked on complex, large-scale infrastructure projects, implementing and managing an engagement plan to a challenging project program.

Alex excels at building and maintaining strong relationships with key government organisations and effective, strategic working partnership to ensure crucial stakeholders are involved in the development of projects. Alex works to ensure that issues are identified early, and that actions are taken to mitigate against potential issues becoming risks to relationships or the project program

Belinda Souchaud

Belinda Souchaud

Project Manager

Belinda Souchaud has more than 14 years experience working in public relations, marketing and communications roles for a broad range of clients including government departments, registered charities, community organisations, and private enterprise. Her abilities include creating and implementing communications, marketing and public relations strategies, preparing media releases, report writing and event management.  She is an excellent communicator who is committed to achieving the best outcomes for all clients and projects.

Beattie Tow

Beattie Tow

Project Consultant

Beattie Tow has regularly worked with diverse groups of people, delivering stakeholder and community engagement activities, including providing facilitation and workshop support, on-the-ground communications, and developing project collateral. Her strong communications skills make her a valuable asset on any project. She is an excellent communicator with strong verbal and written skills and has the ability to adapt quickly to situations.

Callum Roberts

Callum Roberts

Project Coordinator

Callum Roberts is a dynamic communicator with strong writing and strategic planning skills. He is committed to engaging with diverse audiences and local community groups. Callum led the communication strategy for This is Not Art, an emerging arts festival, which celebrated its 21st year in 2018. He was responsible for end-to-end management of media relations, marketing activities and internal communication. In 2018, Callum completed a Bachelor of Communication, majoring in Public Relations. Callum is dedicated to building his skills in stakeholder engagement, public affairs, issues management and strategic communications through supporting the KJA team across a variety of projects.

Catherine Ryan

Catherine Ryan

Project Coordinator

Catherine Ryan has six years’ experience in administration and project support and event management. She has broad project administration experience which has stemmed from working at KJA as an Administration Assistant and her experience has enabled her to be involved on larger projects including South East Light Rail, Northern Beaches B-line, Waterloo Redevelopment Project and Resilient Sydney. Catherine has a strong work ethic which supports her to deliver to tight timeframes. Her attention to detail and problem solving skills ensures she provides strong and reliable project support to the KJA team and clients. Catherine is currently studying a Bachelor of Business in Public Relations.

Catherine Timbrell

Catherine Timbrell

Project Coordinator

Catherine is currently reading for a Bachelor of City Planning from the University of New South Wales. She has a particular interest in stakeholder consultation and engagement and has pursued this on a number of accounts for KJA including the University of New South Wales, the Department of Planning, Department of Education, Infrastructure NSW and Schools Infrastructure NSW. Catherine has experience working as an embedded member of council communications teams, most recently at Bayside Council.

Charlie Baker

Charlie Baker

Project Manager

Charlie is an experienced professional with a strong background in stakeholder engagement – working across Government and not-for-profit agencies primarily in the health sector. Charlie is a proactive engager, with capabilities to producing high level communications, from policies, frameworks, strategies and ministerial writing.  
Through his vast experience he has acquired many skills including advocacy, project management, membership management, event management, client management, brand management, change management, policy management, knowledge exchange and clinical implementation. 

Emily Smith

Emily Smith

Project Consultant

Emily is a relationship management specialist with strong interpersonal and organisational skills. She is an effective communicator, with the ability to think creatively and critically. She has demonstrated experience in building positive and productive relationships with a diverse range of stakeholders on highly contentious and politically sensitive projects. Emily has most recently been seconded with Sydney Metro City & Southwest in a Place Manager role.

Harry Driscoll

Harry Driscoll

Project Coordinator

Harry has worked alongside a number of teams on different projects across KJA’s Melbourne and Sydney offices. These projects have seen Harry advance his communications and engagement skills through actively managing administrative aspects of the project under the direction of project managers. Harry has recently completed his third year of a Bachelor of Biomedicine, Bioengineering and Bioengineering at the University of Melbourne. His work with KJA has seen him expand his skills in research, administration, event coordination and social media.

Helena Johansson

Helena Johansson

Project Manager

Helena Johansson is an excellent writer with strong inter-personal and multi-lingual skills, who’s worked on multiple online news and marketing platforms at a national and an international level. Helena has an engineering background as well as experience in the local government, transport and economic development sectors. She excels at stakeholder management, creating collateral and providing essential strategic direction. Her extensive experience on planning and infrastructure projects includes high-profile ventures such as the Sydney Monorail Removal Project and Sydney Metro City & Southwest.

Helena Pena

Helena Pena

Office Administration

With degrees in international relations, journalism, as well as editing and publishing Helena is an avid multi-tasker with a diverse skillset. Her multi-cultural upbringing has made her an exceptional communicator in various languages, who understands the importance of empathy and cordiality in conducting any conversation. Helena is an excellent writer with strong inter-personal skills, who’s worked on multiple online news platforms at a national  and an international level. Her professional experience include positions with the Australian Institute of International Affairs and the G20 Leaders Conference.

Jane Lameijn

Jane Lameijn

Project Consultant

Jane Lameijn has focused her career on internal and external stakeholder engagement, consultation and communications. With an ability to effectively connect with clients from diverse backgrounds, she has successfully implemented a variety of change initiatives to ensure success for the client in future strategic activities.

Jared Ingham

Jared Ingham

Project Manager

Jared is a trusted communications consultant and has worked for leading agencies for over a decade, working across a variety of sectors for diverse clients, including FTSE 100 names such as Sainsbury’s, HSBC and National Grid.  He has a solid track record of success as a proactive self-starter and delivers outstanding results for clients. 

At home helping clients engage with diverse stakeholders, the media, political audiences and the public, he has led consultation and engagement programmes involving thousands of people.  This follows previous experience working in the civil service and for a government minister.

Jared strives to continually enhance his skills-sets and to find new opportunities for professional development.  He recently achieved a distinction grade when awarded the Public Relations and Communications Agency Diploma. 

Katherine Thompson

Katherine Thompson

Project Manager

Katherine’s professional career spans five years of communication, research and policy negotiation across both the government health sector and non-government organisations. She presents balanced insight and issues analysis, and uses her communications and research skills to engage audiences through a variety of mediums. Katherine is skilled in engaging a wide range of stakeholders and managing relationships, policy and strategic communication, with experience in government in the Office of the NSW Health Minister, and NGO, the Arts Health Institute.

Kitty Mackay

Kitty Mackay

Project Consultant

Kitty’s experience across the psychology, education and hospitality industries have equipped her with excellent communication and collaboration skills. She combines her experience in client management, research, and data collection with the knowledge and skills from her degree to be an effective and reliable team member. 
Kitty has a strong work ethic and is committed to delivering exceptional work within tight deadlines. Her strong interpersonal skills, friendly demeanour and keen eye for detail make her an asset to the delivery team. Kitty’s interest is how communications and engagement can inform public policy and impact the community. 
 

Lachlan Beveridge

Lachlan Beveridge

Project Coordinator

Lachlan has a passion for clear and accurate communication, and a strong work ethic, ensuring excellent performance in teamwork roles. He combines strong writing, research and organisational abilities with exceptional interpersonal skills. Lachlan is experienced in project research, report and strategy writing. All of this has allowed him to develop a strong consultative and analytical approach that he utilises in any professional task. Lachlan is highly adaptable and enjoys learning to work in new environments that require new skills, allowing him to achieve high-level performance in his work.

Lewis McNamara

Lewis McNamara

Project Coordinator

After having spent a year in Thailand teaching English, Lewis joins the KJA team with a wide array of skills and experiences. Studying a Bachelor of Laws/Arts at the University of Sydney, Lewis’ critical thinking, leadership, and communication skills enable him to tackle an array of issues in a structural and comprehensive manner.

Linda Kelly

Linda Kelly

Project Manager

Linda is the ’Generalist Specialist’ in a variety of sectors most notably Agriculture, Water and Waste at senior level, predominantly in water policy combined with a practical operational working knowledge of water utilities. Linda has worked successfully at Commonwealth, State and local level on a variety of projects, most notably the Murray Darling Basin Commission, COAG Reform and the Victorian State Government $2.2 Billion Foodbowl Project (NVIRP).