Christine Nixon APM

 05-Oct-2016

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WEDNESDAY 5 OCTOBER 2016

A journey that encounters tragedy, corruption, ambition and humility.

Former Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police, Ms Nixon was appointed in February 2009 to chair the Victorian Bushfire Reconstruction and Recovery Authority and tasked with the oversight and coordination of the largest recovery and rebuilding program Victoria has ever faced. Since August 2010, Christine has moved into a role as the Victorian Government’s Advisor on Bushfire Reconstruction and Recovery, a voluntary role. She continues to support communities, to work with the bereaved community, and remains a member of the Victorian Bushfire Appeal Fund panel.

Prior to joining the Authority, Christine was the 19th Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police, the first woman to become a police commissioner in Australia. She led 14,000 staff, operating across more than 500 locations and oversaw an annual budget of $1.7 billion. Nixon was a police officer for over thirty years and prior to becoming Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police she had an extensive career in the New South Wales Police Force, attaining the rank of Assistant Commissioner.

In line with her public speaking skills, she is a contributor and lecturer in various leadership forums. Christine also creates and delivers leadership courses with the primary aim of helping women to achieve positions of power and influence. She is a Fellow in various organizations.

Her rise to the top and her unique view on women in law enforcement and the workplace makes Christine one of the most
informational and inspirational public speakers in the country. Her presentations focus on women in business, succeeding in
a male dominated profession, and how to build both leadership and teamwork skills. Christine is both intelligent and witty,
making for a memorable and purposeful event.

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