Christine Burke

Christine is a leader an impressive track record supporting strategic change in complex organisations. Christine has an impressive breadth of experience in multiple industry sectors, including: banking and finance; energy; health; telecommunications; not-for-profit; government services; retail; and supply chain. She combines a sophisticated understanding of process improvement and change management disciplines, with outstanding stakeholder management skills. Christine had lead many Bevington assignments, directing the development of pragmatic solutions matched to client needs.

Christine’s clients regularly comment on her ability, not just to lead the design of great solutions, but to help them get leadership and staff “on the same page”. She has successfully led both Bevington and client teams to design and implement solutions, and is one of our leading Change Management specialists.

Her skills have been effectively utilised in organisations such as: CGU Insurance; Coles; Comcare; Consumer Affairs Victoria; EnergyAustralia; Equity Trustees; The Australian Institute of Insurance and Finance; ME Bank; Murdoch Children’s Research Institute; NAB; Pacific Brands; Pillar Administration; Telstra; Perpetual; Public Transport Victoria; Sensis; State Trustees; a number of Victorian Hospitals; Queensland Treasury and Trade; Department of Defence; Department of Education and Training (VIC); Department of Health (VIC); Department of Human Services (VIC); Victoria University; Viva Energy; Westpac; and World Vision.

Prior to joining the Bevington Group, Christine worked at Commonwealth Department of Education Employment and Workplace Relations, where she honed her skills in liaison and engagement to achieve change outcomes.

Christine has a Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Arts (Politics) from the Australian National University.