2019 — 9 speeches
Professor Kristy Muir (PhD)
Professor Kristy Muir is the CEO of the Centre for Social Impact (CSI) and a Professor of Social Policy at UNSW Sydney Business School. She is an elected member of UNSW Sydney’s Council, the Chair of Allan & Gill Gray Philanthropy Australasia, a Non-Executive Director of the Australian Research Alliance for Children & Youth and a member of the Community Director’s Council, the NSW Premier’s Council on Homelessness, and the Gonski Institute for Education Advisory Board.
Kristy has worked for almost three decades with for-purpose organisations, driven to better understand and find solutions to complex social problems and measure whether and where we are making a difference. Her research spans housing, education, employment, social participation, disability, mental health, and financial resilience and wellbeing. She has published widely in policy, sociology, social work, history, and public health journals and in publicly accessible and popular media, such as TEDx, The Mandarin, The Guardian and The Conversation.
Kristy frequently gives invited keynotes, runs workshops on applied systems thinking, facilitates board strategy planning days, and she founded and teaches the highly regarded Governance for Social Impact course for non-executive directors. She founded CSI’s Change Collection series and Amplify Social Impact - one her most innovative and potentially transformational capacity building projects. She is a founding partner and governance member of the Financial Inclusion Action Plan and The Constellation Project.
Kristy has a PhD in social history, is a graduate of the AICD and Sydney Leadership and, prior to joining academia, worked in the not-for-profit sector.
Kristy will appear at the 2020 Communities in Control conference.