Anne Tiernan has spent the past fifteen years at the cutting edge of research, postgraduate and professional education in public policy, public administration and public-sector governance. She has a track record of educational leadership and program development, and is a gifted teacher who inspires and motivates students and workshop participants to attain high performance and professional standards.Prior to her appointment as Dean (Engagement), she was Director, Policy Innovation Hub, at Griffith University and recently served as Assistant Public Service Commissioner, Collaboration, for the Queensland Government. Professor Tiernan is a National Fellow of the Institute of Public Administration Australia and a Fellow of ANZSOG. She is Chair of the Queensland Independent Remuneration Tribunal, Ordinary Commissioner of the Crime and Corruption Commission, and a Board Member of the Museum of Australian Democracy, Old Parliament House. Anne’s exceptional oral and written communication skills are demonstrated in her publications, which include six books as well as articles in national and international journals, and by invitations to deliver keynote lectures and public addresses. She has a strong media profile across broadcast, print and online platforms, and is an experienced public speaker, moderator, facilitator and emcee.