BappSc (AppEcG) (Hons 1), MUrb&RegPlg 

Director since 2018 

Director and member, Housing, Asset and Development Committee 

Skill Area: Community and stakeholder engagement, social sustainability, inclusion and diversity 


Jill is a social scientist who is passionate about diversity and social equity. Jill leads the Technical Communities of Practice at global professional services firm GHD, where she has worked for the past 30+ years. She is responsible for collaboration and the pursuit of technical excellence across the broad range of engineering, design, social and environmental sectors. Jill led the development of GHD’s Reconciliation Action Plan. She co-founded IAP2 in Australia in the 1990s and has strong community engagement expertise. Jill is a founding corporate partner of CareerTrackers: an Indigenous internship program and has worked very closely with CareerSeekers: an organisation that provides internships for refugee and asylum seeker professionals. She is a leader of Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace and in community organisations. She has guided change at GHD and in the infrastructure sector and was the inaugural Consult Australia Female Champion of Change in 2016. She is Chair of the Henry Halloran Urban Research Trust at the University of Sydney and on the Board of REdR Australia.

Always was and
always will be

Bridge Housing acknowledges that the land we live and work on always was and always will be Aboriginal land.