Kilgariff Advisory specialises in government/industry engagement, strategic positioning, Board and organisation governance, corporate affairs and policy advice.

Kilgariff Advisory will work with your team to ensure a common understanding and productive engagement with government and other industry/community stakeholders.

Michael Kilgariff is a former CEO of Roads Australia and Managing Director of the Australian Logistics Council.

In these and previous roles, Michael has developed a reputation for building strong working relationships across industry and government, with the aim of supporting and achieving outcomes that are beneficial to industry.

He has a strong industry and government network across the transport and logistics, infrastructure and future mobility industries, as well as consistent and productive engagement with all transport and infrastructure ministers, and infrastructure and transport agency CEO’s.

As an accomplished industry executive, he has provided high-level support to executive leaders, including various industry boards and executive teams. He has significant experience with corporate governance frameworks, and a proven track record of collaborating effectively with Boards, supporting them in decision-making processes, and ensuring the smooth functioning of board operations.

He has significant leadership experience and demonstrated political acumen in working productively with all levels of government in dynamic environments.

Michael Kilgariff is a relationship and commercially driven executive with a keen understanding of the major economic, social and government policy drivers, combined with a broad understanding of the key issues impacting industry.

In recognition of his work in this area, Michael won the Transport and Logistics Executive of the Year in the CEO Magazine 2014 Executive of the Year Awards.

Michael holds a degree in Economics from the Australian National University and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors’ diploma and advanced diploma courses. He also completed the Cambridge University Judge Business School Advanced Leadership Programme in November 2017.

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