Louise Glanville, NDIA
Louise Glanville commenced with the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) in February 2014 as General Manager, Governance Division and has acted as the Deputy Chief Executive Officer for the Agency from January 2015.
Louise was recently appointed as NDIA Deputy Chief Executive Officer (DCEO) – Stakeholder Relations. This includes the areas of Community Linkages; Market and Providers; Media Communications and Engagement and Scheme Transition.
Louise brings a vast range of public sector experience to her current role in the NDIA. Prior to joining the NDIA, Louise spent three years at the Attorney-General’s Department in First Assistant Secretary and acting Deputy Secretary Roles, in the Civil Justice and Strategic Policy & Coordination Groups.
Before joining the Attorney-General's Department in 2011, Louise was Executive Director, Legal and Equity Group in the Victorian Department of Justice. In her career she has held positions in local and state government, academia, the private sector and ministerial offices.
Louise holds a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Social Work from Melbourne University, a Bachelor of Laws from Monash University and a Master of Arts (Research) from Victoria University.