Helen Millicer is committed to creating a successful future. She holds several positions, including non-exec Director roles as national President of ATA, Alternative Technology Association, which advocates for sustainable living and represents over 6500 households, and Director for the Loddon Mallee Waste and Resource Recovery Group (covering ¼ of Victoria). She is also Expert Panel member for the Victorian Government’s $20 million New Energy Jobs Fund, and the National Recycling Strategy Manager for the Vinyl Council of Australia.
Helen also manages her own consulting practice, having recently completed projects for the ACT and Victorian Governments, Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust and Australian Industry Group among others on sustainability strategies, market research and program design. She engages via her regular column ‘Future Focus’ in Business Environment News, presents at conferences and seminars, and for the UN Global Cities Program to visiting Chinese government delegations on sustainable futures.
Prior to this, Helen was Manager of Sustainability Programs (energy, water and materials) for PACIA, now Chemistry Australia for companies including Dow, BASF and Nufarm. Helen has successfully led and been engaged in innovation, strategy planning and execution, change management and communications.
Helen holds qualifications in business management from Monash University, carbon accounting from Swinburne University, is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and has just won a Churchill Trust Fellowship.