Christine Wallace

Christine Wallace
Director Facilitation

Christine Wallace joined the AIPM as Director Operations in December 2018, an appointment that involved oversighting the site’s education services, hospitality and events teams, as well as providing guidance and support to the senior executive, directors, visiting fellows and adjunct staff. From January 2020, Christine took up a role as Director of Facilitation, joining the AIPM’s team of core on-staff classroom facilitators. In this role, Christine leads a number of the AIPM’s core programs, and also delivers bespoke, tailored leadership programs to support individuals, teams and organisations.

Christine brings a wealth of experience working within the public and private sectors to her current role. From 2010, Christine spent eight years working within the Australian Federal Police, holding a number of senior roles leading the AFP’s Media, Social Media, Communications and Strategic Policy teams. In these roles, Christine worked closely with the AFP senior executive to develop and implement media and policy strategies to protect the organisation’s reputation and guide its strategic direction, and was regularly called upon to act at the SES1 level. Christine’s Commonwealth Government experience also includes two years working in a senior communications role for the then Department of Immigration and Citizenship in 2008.

Prior to this position, Christine began her career working as a journalist for Channel Nine (Win TV) in Canberra and Wagga Wagga, where she spent five years reporting local news with a particular focus on politics and the arts.

Christine holds a bachelor of Communications (Journalism), a Graduate Diploma in Applied Management and a postgraduate qualification in opera. She is also a graduate of the 2015 Women in Law Enforcement Strategy (WILES) program. Christine is accredited through the IECL Academy as a level one executive coach.