Sustainability Victoria’s Director of Corporate Services, Carl Muller and Communities and Climate Change Group Director, Stephanie Ziersch will be sharing the role of CEO over the next few months.
Carl will lead the organisation until 1 September followed by Stephanie until the end of October.
He will lead Sustainability Victoria’s business support and strategic direction and has headed a series of transformational programs in the environment sector, including leading a technology-enabled reform of the state’s Environment Protection Authority core regulatory processes.
As a qualified oceanographic engineer, Carl worked on the establishment of the Australian Tsunami warning system at the Bureau of Meteorology.
Stephanie leads SV’s Communities and Climate Change Group which inspires and educates communities, schools, councils and households on taking action on climate change.
She has public sector experience at an international, national and state level.
Her background includes developing Australia’s first climate change legislation.
They’re standing-in for Sustainability Victoria’s CEO, Stan Krpan, who is heading the State Government taskforce investigating the extent of non-compliant cladding on Victorian buildings.