Michelle Kennedy is a creative individual who thrives on challenges having worked in the Government Events and Communications sector for over 15 years in both Queensland and New South Wales.
Michelle’s expertise is in the development and implementation of major behavioural change campaigns with an event component, large scale community engagement, event risk management, sponsorship, and event and campaign logistics. Michelle has developed a variety of new events for both local and state government to address community issues such as childhood obesity, youth engagement, racism, multiculturalism and domestic violence – most recently managing the Queensland Government’s Armistice Centenary statewide commemorations.
As project manager of the Queensland Government’s largest community engagement event and largest volunteer program, the Queensland Multicultural Festival (now Multicultural Month) and Roma Street Parkland’s Volunteer Program, she has proven event and human resource leadership.
Her ethical commitment to leadership in the event management, community engagement, sponsorship, communications and public relations industries sees her continually strive toward the goals and objectives of the organisation as well as the client.