Graeme joined Port Jackson Partners in 2017, having previously worked with BCG in London and Australia and as a senior executive in the UK and NSW public services.
Graeme holds over a decade of consulting experience in Australia and the UK, advising corporate and government clients. His primary interest is in the intersection between government policy and commercial incentives. Graeme has led the design, establishment and delivery of major transformation programs in both government agencies and commercial organisations, as well as providing pure policy advice to State and Commonwealth Governments. He has supported energy, retail, mining and healthcare clients on commercial strategy and performance issues.
Prior to joining Port Jackson Partners, Graeme worked at BCG in London and Australia. He was an Executive Director in the NSW Government, where he was responsible for economic development policy and re-structuring the vocational education market. Graeme was also a member of the UK Senior Civil Service, where he led the Department of Energy and Climate Change’s long-term decarbonisation strategy and redesign of the electricity and gas markets to deliver energy security objectives. Graeme was awarded the Queen’s Civil Service Prize for his work on decarbonisation strategy.
Graeme holds a First Class Honours degree with the University Medal in Biochemistry from the University of Sydney, and a PhD from the University of Cambridge where he was a Commonwealth and Trinity Scholar.