Lisa Kazalac

Lisa is an outcomes-focused professional with over 15 years’ experience in corporate, public sector and not-for-profit organisations.

The last 16 years has seen Lisa develop and leverage her core skills of communication, stakeholder engagement, influence and research into a lasting public policy and advocacy career in Victoria and Western Australia.

More recently, Lisa has held executive positions at the Real Estate Institute of WA and the Committee for Perth. She has led projects and campaigns that have influenced decision makers at all levels of government and industry across Victoria and Western Australia.

With a passion for developing our future leaders and those individuals seeking to make an impact in their career, Lisa can often be found coaching or mentoring aspiring professionals. Lisa has a track record in helping others achieve their professional development goals.

Lisa’s entrepreneurial spirit has seen her start her own business venture – Professional Vogue – which runs programs for young people to develop skills of the future (e.g. emotional intelligence, communication, critical and creative thinking). Lisa utilises her successful career in advocacy to consult to not-for-profit organisations as she grows her start-up venture.

Lisa has an MBA from the Curtin Graduate School of Business and is the Acting President of the CGSB Alumni Chapter Committee. Lisa also holds the position of Secretary at the United Nations Association of WA.

Lisa has a strong sense of community, building lasting relationships and making an impact.