Angela is SenateSHJ’s head of change, and she designs, implements and measures change programs for clients in the public and private sector. She is an accredited user of the Four Rooms of Change™. She works with the methodology to help individuals, teams and organisations to understand and own their change experience and to take the steps required to achieve sustainable change.
Prior to establishing Scaffidi Hugh-Jones (now SenateSHJ), she worked at McKinsey & Company and Turnbull Porter Novelli. She has won a range of state, national and international awards for her work in communication, including two Golden World Awards from the International Public Relations Association.
Angela provides pro bono advice and assistance to organisations that support young people and families living with cancer. She is on the board of Challenge: supporting kids with cancer (which now includes the Scaffidi Foundation), the Missing Persons Advocacy Network and the Broadmeadows Schools Network Advisory Board. Angela was formerly chair of the Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development’s School Advisory Group.
Angela is a skilled facilitator and trainer. She regularly designs and facilitates programs in structured problem solving, communication and change. Angela also lectures in the post-graduate PR program at RMIT University. She is a Fellow of the Public Relations Institute of Australia.