Victoria Green leads CGM Communications’ community and stakeholder engagement team, bringing more than 15 years of corporate communications and stakeholder engagement experience to the team.
Victoria began her career in advertising and marketing in Perth, where she developed a passion for applying the creative process to strategy development.
During an eight-year stint in the United Kingdom, Victoria worked on a number of complex and controversial, high-profile campaigns for both the public and private sector.
At the Ministry of Justice, she led a campaign to support the introduction of significant changes across the justice system, engaging stakeholders and employees with the benefits of the reforms, as well as raising the visibility of community payback across the UK. During her time at Newham Borough Council, she led community campaigns to reduce knife crime and increase awareness of council services and sustainability initiatives.
After being head-hunted to work at Heathrow Airport, Victoria led the communications for the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics, and the construction and opening of Terminal 2, one of the largest privately-funded construction projects in the UK. A highlight was organising an opening event for Her Majesty the Queen.
Following these major projects, Victoria led strategic communications for Heathrow, supporting a grassroots community campaign and a significant programme of stakeholder engagement to help deliver one of the most overwhelmingly supportive government consultation responses in UK history.
Prior to joining CGM, Victoria returned to Perth and worked for Bankwest, where she led internal communications, helping leaders to inspire colleagues throughout the Royal Commission and guiding a move to more agile ways of working.
Victoria firmly believes that by fostering authentic conversations between communities and stakeholders you can always find the best solution, with this never being more critical to engaging with the community as right now.