Kerry Jones

Director: Systems Initiatives

Working on Kaurna Land

As our systems initiatives lead, Kerry helps to solve big social challenges in Australia, like our ageing population, families doing it tough, mental health, and doing better by our Aboriginal people.

A natural connector, Kerry’s superpower is bringing the right people together to solve problems. She especially loves seeing people responsible for policy or services get a deep understanding of other people’s lives, and watching this insight drive them to find better ways to solve problems.

Recent highlights include her work on the Future of Home, which transforms how we live as we age; Our Town, an initiative designed to help regional towns tackle mental health challenges; and Systemic Impact in End of Life, which is focused on improving outcomes at the end of life. 

When she’s not in the office, you’ll find Kerry exploring national parks and rugged coastlines with her twin sons.

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