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Jennifer Cunich

Jennifer Cunich

Board Member, Victorian Planning Authority

Current Positions

Board Member, Victorian Planning Authority

Previous Positions

Chief Executive Officer, Australian Institute of Architects
Executive Director, Property Council of Australia, Victoria
Office Manager, Canberra Convention Bureau
Executive Director, Property Council, ACT

Jennifer is a board member of the Victorian Planning Authority. She has previously been the CEO of the Australian Institute of Architects and Executive Director of the Victorian Division of the Property Council of Australia. Jennifer held the position of Victorian Executive Director for 14 years while previously she held the position of executive director for the Property Council in the Australian Capital Territory for 6 years. Jennifer and her three daughters moved to Melbourne in April 2002 to take up the role of executive director in Victoria.

Areas of Expertise

Business Business and Government, Environmental Issues, Property, Women in Business
Government Government Regulation, Infrastructure and Transport
Not for Profit Community Engagement, Government Regulation and Legislation

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