Executive Director, Multi-utilities, Environment and Circular Economy
Natalie has joined the Authority from the Greater Sydney Commission where she was the Executive Director of City Planning Infrastructure. Natalie successfully piloted the Place-based Infrastructure Compact in Greater Parramatta and the Olympic Peninsula (GPOP), seeking to align growth and infrastructure and reset the vision for this central part of Greater Sydney. Natalie was also the lead on multiple Compacts across the Western Parkland City and helped to redefine collaboration across government, industry and the community.
Natalie is a well-rounded strategist, with diverse practice in the integration of land use, design and infrastructure in Greater Sydney. Natalie has developed her expertise at several agencies including Sydney Water, Transport for NSW, the former Roads and Traffic Authority, the Department of Urban Affairs and Planning and Landcom. Natalie was a medallist in her Bachelor of Town Planning degree, holds a Master’s in Public Administration and was previously awarded the NSW Premier’s travelling scholarship for her work in public interest evaluation.
Natalie was also recognised on the Queen's Birthday 2020 Honours List and received the Public Service Medal (PSM) for outstanding public service to infrastructure projects in NSW.