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Margaret (Meg) Tudehope

Meg graduated with a BSc Psychology UNSW in 1993 followed by completing a Masters in Organisational Behaviour and Change Management from Bond University QLD in 1994.

Her Career began in 1994 as a Graduate for Ernst & Young Consulting’s Business Change Consulting Group. Meg developed her Change Management Career throughout the 1990’s working on Large cultural Integration and process re-engineering projects for Ernst & Young and then Deloitte Growth Solutions, focussing on the fast-growing middle market sector. Her strong project management skills saw her manage large change teams across states and in some cases countries. Throughout this time, Meg gained accreditation in a number of organisational personality, cultural and leadership assessment tools including Myers Briggs and Human Synergistic’s and project management methodologies.

In 2002 Meg was approached to build an Internal Change Management team within Clayton Utz, the core objective was to drive cultural change initiatives across the organisation.

After 2 years at Clayton Utz, Meg moved back to consulting with Tripoint Application Services focussing again on change management, communication and training to support implementation of System, Process and Organisational structure changes to deliver required strategic business and cultural outcomes.

Since 2011, Meg entered the non-for-profit sector, undertaking Pro Bono Consulting projects where she saw help was needed. At RedKite, she project managed the testing, communication and training to support the implementation of a new Intranet. At the YWCA she advised on an organisational restructure project to better align resources to core services and save unnecessary operational costs. In 2015 Meg founded the Gold Kids Disco, a children’s event to educate the next generation in philanthropy and fundraise for the Children’s Hospital Randwick. In 2017 the Disco became the “Denim Disco” for Children’s Medical Research Institute and continued until 2019. Meg was invited to join the CMRI Marketing and Fundraising Committee in 2017 and then CMRI Foundation Board in 2023. Meg is a member of AICD and has completed a number of AICD courses such as Governance for Directors.

Meg is also the Vice President of the Cranbrook School Parent’s Association and is also an Ambassador for The Australian Ballet.

Meg Tudehope

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