Georgia Windrum

Senior Project Manager

Georgia is a Senior Project Manager in the Food, Land and Oceans system. Georgia currently leads system strategy and engagement projects in the Land Use Futures program, a multi-year, cross-sectoral initiative supporting the shift to sustainable food and land use in Australia, with national and international partners. 

Georgia also worked on the development of the Natural Capital Investment Initiative, working collaboratively with aligned stakeholders to scope and establish the multi-year project that aims to support natural capital measurement and valuation at the farm scale.

Prior to joining ClimateWorks, Georgia worked in both the private and the not-for-profit sectors. Previous roles include strategy and planning at Bank Australia, coordinating climate and environment campaigns at the Australian Conservation Foundation, and governance and strategy at The Fred Hollows Foundation.

Georgia is completing a Master of Public Policy and Management at the University of Melbourne, and holds a Bachelor of Art Theory from UNSW and a Certificate in Governance for Not-for-Profits from the Governance Institute.