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Bachelor of Arts, Psychology and Statistics

Post Graduate Diploma of International Law

Bachelor of Arts, International Relations and Strategic Studies


Project Management Professional (PMP)

Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL)


Institute of Company Directors

Project Management Institute (PMI)

Australian Business Software Industry Association (ABSIA)


Executive Board Member, Service for the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture and Trauma Survivors

Colin Hickling



For over 30 years Colin has delivered large, high profile and complex organisational and technology programs. His program leadership experience spans major industry sectors, corporations, and public sector (Federal, State and Local Government agencies), including senior appointments and senior consulting roles.

Colin has an exceptional track record of leading large program workforces, building effective teams, and managing delivery.  He sees all aspects of the end to end transformation challenge and translates what needs to be done into language that all stakeholder groups and competing interests can understand and buy into. Colin understands the mechanics of large corporations and public-sector agencies. He also sits on the Board of Directors of a successful hospital as the financial director.

Colin offers a rare combination of technical expertise and an intuitive grasp of strategic and general business priorities and challenges. He establishes effective partnerships to drive engagement and communication across large organisations. 

Colin has a strong record of delivering organisational transformation, business value and real ROI. He has International and National Awards from the PMI for contributions to the Project Management profession

Key Expertise:

  • Complex program delivery and leadership

  • Organisational and technology change management and transformation

  • Business process improvement

  • Business operating model development

Industry Focus:

  • Technology

  • Finance

  • Telecommunications

  • Transport

  • Health

  • Defence

  • Education

  • Energy

  • Utilities