Liz Dimitriadis has over 30 years of experience in the health and community services sectors and she has been consulting to government and human service organisations for over 20 years. Liz is passionate about addressing systemic issues that impact negatively on people's lives and she has worked with government and community service organisations on social policy, sector reforms and programs that respond to peoples’ individual needs; build communities and improve workforce capabilities.
Liz has undertaken over 150 consulting assignments and over 40 evaluations for government departments and community organisations. Assignments have included state-wide evaluations; social and business research; and organisational change and leadership development.
Liz has a Master of Business Management by Research degree, a Post Graduate Business Diploma in Organisation Change and Development and a Bachelor of Arts degree. Prior to consulting, Liz was executive director of a state-wide disability organisation and she has worked as a Clinical Family Therapist and in public health community development.
Liz is a member of the Australasian Evaluation Society and National Disability Practitioners. She is also a Director of the MECWACare Board of Directors and Chair of the Clinical and Services Governance Committee.