Corrina is KPMG's geographic leader for Management Consulting in Melbourne and a Client Lead Partner in our Infrastructure, Government & Healthcare practice. She joined the KPMG Australia Board on 1 July 2020. She is passionate about supporting our clients and people to make a real impact in our community.
With over 20 years' experience in providing strategic advice to public sector clients, Corrina has driven reform agendas across Australia and secured significant investments in sectors ranging from life sciences, regional economic development, skills and training, transport, local government, energy and the start-up ecosystem.
She works collaboratively with clients to establish an evidence base to support public policy development, new organisational strategy, investment decisions, and evaluates the efficiency and effectiveness of government interventions.
Prior to joining KPMG, Corrina held several senior economic policy roles in the Victorian Public Service, including the Departments of Treasury and Finance (DTF) and Premier and Cabinet (DPC). She was also the General Manager of Biotechnology Policy and Projects where she led national reforms to enable innovative medical research and oversaw a significant portfolio of investments into the sector.
Outside of work Corrina enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters, supporting their music, dancing and sporting activities, spending time with family and friends in regional Victoria (where she is originally from), playing the piano and keeping up with current affairs.
Master of Public Policy and Management, University of Melbourne
Bachelor of Commerce (Economics)/Arts (Politics), Monash University
Melbourne Business School, Leading Professional Services Firms
INSEAD, Chairman's 25 Leadership Program
Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors
Institute of Public Administration of Australia (Vic)
Australasian Evaluation Society