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Jane-Frances Kelly


Jane-Frances began her career at the Boston Consulting Group before joining the Strategy Unit at #10 Downing St for Prime Minister Blair. She then came to Australia and led public policy work for many leading figures including Premier Bracks, Premier Bligh, Prime Minister Rudd (for the 2020 Summit), Vice-Chancellor Glyn Davis at The University of Melbourne, Chief Commissioner Christine Nixon at Victoria Police and Aboriginal leader Noel Pearson. She then led the Cities Program at The Grattan Institute – Australia’s leading public policy think tank. Most recently she served as Deputy CEO of ANZSOG, the Australia New Zealand School of Government.​​

Jane-Frances holds a first class honours degree in literature from Oxford University, an MBA from Wharton and a Masters of Public Policy from Princeton University.