Director of the Future Cities Collaborative
Sandy Burgoyne has 20 years corporate experience in developing and leading business strategy, marketing, change and business transformation within the telecommunications, information technology, retail service and not-for-profit sectors.
In 2007, Burgoyne returned to her passion of urban and physical geography to apply her commercial skills and focus her career on the collaboration between industry, government and community to develop sustainable cities. She is currently the Director of the Future Cities Collaborative, where she works to inspire and develop city leaders to build great cities by bringing together innovative policy approaches, research and practice to the urban challenges they face.
Burgoyne holds a Masters of Sustainable Development from Macquarie University and Bachelor or Arts (Geography) and Diploma of Education from Flinders University of South Australia.