Alan Carter

Alan Carter has worked in a variety of fields during the course of his working life. He was worked in the corporate sector as an insurance broker for major clients in the resources and construction industry; as a political adviser; as state manager for a not-for-profit organisation working in the biodiversity and natural resource management sector; and as a planning and strategy consultant for a large state-based government trading enterprise.

In more recent years, Alan established a small consulting business focusing on strategy and planning advice with a particular focus on reconciliation and Aboriginal policy issues. Much of his work also focuses on developing opportunities for ‘creating shared value’ and developing place-based solutions for public policy issues.

He has a Bachelor of Arts with a major in History; a Postgraduate Diploma in Sustainability Policy; and he is a graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He is also a director of the Reconciliation WA Board and was its inaugural co-chair; and he is also co-chair of Bringing Them Home WA.


Learning from experience

GR OnlineTHE CONFERENCE OF Indigenous leaders from the public sector, convened by the Australian and New Zealand School of Government in Sydney in October 2017, was organised around the question, ‘Can’t we do better?’ There was universal agreement that the...

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