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NSW Manager

Kristy Eulenstein

Kristy joined Consult Australia in July 2019, after over 15 years in the public service. She has delivered high-profile policy and regulatory initiatives involving significant stakeholder engagement on a range of topics such as gambling, online content, and broadcasting. In October 2020 she became NSW Manager (in addition to her role as Policy Lead role and with line management responsibility for our state and territory managers).

Kristy is legally trained and enjoys delving into complex legal problems. In her spare time Kristy sews, watches films (featuring powerful women) and looks forward to seeing her Rabbitohs win more NRL premierships.

Contact

Policy

For more information about any of our policy activities in NSW contact Kristy at:

E: kristy@consultaustralia.com.au

Events

For more information about any of our NSW events, contact our events and marketing team at:

E: nsw@consultaustralia.com.au
T: 02 8252 6700

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Advocacy in NSW

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2019 NSW FutureNet Business Leaders - People's Choice
    What the NSW Committee does

    The NSW Committee gives members the opportunity to develop strategies to tackle local issues as well as contribute to the national agenda. Committee participants are often called upon to represent Consult Australia in local engagement activities (including meetings with government agencies etc). The NSW Committee meets monthly and requires engaged individuals.

    Latest 'top 3 takeaways'

    The 'top 3 takeaways' summarise key issues discussed at the last meeting. These are to help the broader membership understand the activities of the NSW Committee.

    1. Design and Building Practitioners Act 2020. The Committee discussed the progress of NSW legislative reforms relevant to building confidence. The Committee wants to ensure that when the draft regulations to the Act are released, Consult Australia provides a strong submission that demonstrates the impact of the requirements on business, particularly small business.
    2. Consult Australia's Roundtables. The Committee heard an update from Kristy Eulenstein, Policy Advisor (Legal & Regulatory) on the Defence Roundtable and the Liability & Contracts Roundtable. Kristy encouraged members to visit the Roundtables page of the website to keep up-to-date. 
    3. NSW Building Commissioner. The Committee discussed the progress of the NSW Building Commissioner's program of work including the six 'pillar groups'. The Committee was concerned to ensure that the pillar groups can provide meaningful engagement.

    Current participants

    Below is the list of current NSW Committee participants. Want to get involved? Contact Kristy Eulenstein.

    NameMember Business
    Stephen Fryer (Chair) Northrop
    Scott Powell (Vice Chair) Aurecon
    Hugh Tait AECOM
    Syd Gamble Arcadis
    Rowenna Walker (Consult Australia Board representative) Aurecon
    Kate Day GHD
    Craig Curnow Golder
    Andrew Mather Integral Group
    Guy Pinzone Jacobs
    Mark Carling KBR
    Rob MacDonald MIEngineers
    Alex Campbell SLR Consulting
    Peter HumphreysSMEC
    What the FutureNet NSW Committee does

    The FutureNet NSW Committee gives young professionals the opportunity to design and run engaging social and educational events that allow their peers to develop valuable networks. The Committee is open to members and non-members. The FutureNet NSW Committee meets monthly and requires engaged individuals willing to create and deliver engaging events.

    Current participants

    Below is the list of current FutureNet NSW Committee participants. Want to get involved? Contact Linda Gaunt.

    NameBusiness
    Melissa Moritz (Chair) GML Heritage
    Nicolas Roe (Vice Chair)Arcadis
    Meg Panozzo Arup
    Darcy Bevan Aurecon
    Edward Prideaux Integral Group
    Sally Swinburne Jacobs
    Casthuri Kamalaraj Northrop
    Lachlan SykesNorthrop
    Torgan SnelgroveRider Levett Bucknall
    Esther Soon SMEC
    Matt KingTalentWeb 
    Braydon AmesTonkin
    Brigette Humphrey-RobinsonWSP


    What the FutureNet Newcastle Committee does

    The FutureNet Newcastle Committee gives young professionals the opportunity to design and run engaging social and educational events that allow their peers to develop valuable networks in the Newcastle/Hunter region. The Committee is open to members and non-members. The FutureNet Newcastle Committee meets monthly and requires engaged individuals willing to create and deliver engaging events.

    Current participants

    Below is the list of current FutureNet Newcastle Committee participants. Want to get involved? Contact Linda Gaunt.

    NameBusiness
    Dominic Piekaar (Chair)GHD
    Jacqui CrawfordAurecon
    Angie HoAurecon
    Rachel StevensonNorthrop
    Tamy DeSouzaUGL Limited


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    More information

    If you would like to find out more about the policy activities in NSW or to join one of the committees, please contact Kristy Eulenstein, NSW Manager at: kristy@consultaustralia.com.au