About Policy performance
Master of Program Evaluation (University of Melbourne, 2014)
Master of Public Policy and Management (Monash University, 2007)
Bachelor of Arts (University of Melbourne, 2001)
course facilitator: evidence in public policy 8-week leadership course, blavatnik school of government, oxford university (2020)
Australian Evaluation Society Board Member (March 2020 - ongoing)
Australian Evaluation Society Victorian Committee Member (since 2019)
Australian institute of company directors member (2020)
Charlie has been a policy and evaluation consultant since 2008, working in small (HLB Mann Judd, 2008-10), medium (ACIL Allen Consulting, 2010-2015) and large (KPMG, 2015-2018) consulting firms in various roles, from researcher to project leader. Between 2004 and mid-2008, Charlie worked in the Victorian Department of Premier and Cabinet, supporting policy briefings and budget processes across the economic development, infrastructure, sport and tourism portfolios.
Charlie is a regular contributor to the Australasian Evaluation Society, having evaluated the AES international conference in Darwin in 2014. He has delivered Introduction 101 training on behalf of the Australian Evaluation Society to around 200 participants since 2018.
Charlie was a tutor in Impact Evaluation: Forms and Approaches at the University of Melbourne's Centre for Program Evaluation between 2015 and 2018. He is currently an online facilitator for the Evidence in Public Policy leadership course at Oxford University.
Charlie achieved DTF (Vic) accreditation as an Investment Logic Mapping facilitator in November 2016. He has since completed over 40 ILMs for clients in Victoria, Western Australia, Queensland and the ACT. His approach and ILM rates are available here.
Outside work, Charlie plays competitive tennis. He formerly played top division hockey for 15 years and coached teams in Melbourne, India and Belgium. He has lived and worked overseas in Saudi Arabia, Costa Rica and Bengaluru, India, including on several volunteer community development assignments.