Working Visions has operated over eighteen years, sustained by ongoing relationships with clients and referrals. As we respect the confidentiality of our clients and their projects, we do not use our projects as a marketing tool, therefore those listed below are some that have been in the public domain.
Since 2016 Working Visions has been working with Mission Australia Cairns on the structural framework needed to underpin a Collective Impact Coalition. You’ll see the story in the videos attached.
Since 2014 Working Visions have partnered with Hope Vale Aboriginal Shire Council on Council’s Corporate Plan and Economic Development Strategy.
The primary focus of the CES was to engage, inform and educate the community and industry stakeholders on the draft WMS, which guided the direction of CCRC’s ten-year waste management and minimisation options.
From 2007 I have provided specialist advice and consultancy services to senior managers at Mission Australia (MA) Qld and in particular to the Cairns region office.
Facilitated and drove action around emerging opportunities created by demographic and economic change linked to the Sunshine Coast University Hospital.
Industry and Business Roundtable was researched, planned and facilitated on behalf of the Minister’s office and Qld Treasury. Roundtables were conducted with key industry stakeholders in North Queensland and the Minister Assisting the Premier on North Queensland.
Awareness-raising, education, collaboration of stakeholders and community for the 2016 Census through local engagement activities across six Council areas (Cairns, Cassowary Coast, Douglas, Tablelands, Mareeba, Yarrabah Shires).
In January 2017, Tracey was approached to manage community engagement, stakeholder management and communications for the World Mosquito Program (formerly Eliminate Dengue) Australian operations. As a global health initiative, the World Mosquito Program works to curb the transmission of dengue and other similar diseases, like Zika. The program’s Australian base is at Monash University.
Part of a Griffith University research program, the role of Collective Impact Facilitator (CIF) is a new profession working in the challenging environment of addressing complex community problems. As the CIF for Mission Australia Cairns, I work collaboratively to strengthen governance and strategy and forming a collective impact “coalition” across the Communities for Children program.
Part of a collaboration between Tropical Public Health Service Cairns, the World Mosquito Program and the Northern Peninsula Area Regional Council, Working Visions planned managed the community engagement, stakeholder management and communications for the delivery of the Dengue Out (Wolbachia) Program across NPA, which was the first Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community to participate in this global project.