Kirrily Magill, Casey Bushell, Paul O’Driscoll and Michael Cambridge talk about the Queensland Government’s Support for Veterans.
This webinar took place 2 PM AEST Friday 13 September 2019.
More about the speakers
Kirrily is a highly experienced executive with around 25 years’ experience across the public and
private sectors and has worked in roles in both Australia and England. She currently works as the
Executive Director, Corporate and Government Services, in the Department of the Premier and
Cabinet in the Queensland Government.
Kirrily has a strong interest in veterans’ matters and has recently completed a role leading
Queensland Government’s commemoration of the Anzac Centenary. Kirrily is an ex-officio member
of the Queensland Veterans’ Advisory Council and the former Queensland Advisory Committee for
the Commemoration of the Anzac Centenary.
Kirrily previously worked as an Occupational Therapist before moving into a range of Queensland
Government corporate roles in Queensland Health and the Department of Employment, Small
Business and Training. Kirrily has a passion and commitment to public service and the role it plays in
positively influencing outcomes for all Queenslanders.
Casey is an experienced organisational development professional working with the Public Service Commission. She has worked across various public sector agencies, supporting them to design better workplaces in a creative and connected way.
She currently leads the Queensland Government Veterans’ employment program, working to ensure that the unique and highly transferable skills of former ADF members are understood and valued across the Queensland public sector.
Paul is the Director of Strategic Projects, Communications and Governance for the Queensland Government Department of Communities, Disability Services and Seniors. Paul has been the main project lead for the Queensland Veterans’ Portal and has worked between stakeholders and web developers to develop a resource to support the veterans’ community and their families.
Michael is is an Executive Project Director for Building and Asset Service, Dept. of Housing and Public Works. He has over 10 years of experience in Townville, including on other “landmark” community infrastructure facilities the NRL Cowboys House Boys and Girls Campuses, the Townville Homelessness Facility and is currently undertaking The Townsville Oasis and Townsville Women’s Centre projects.