(Left) Emma Keleher, (Right) Helen Keleher.
Emma Keleher (BA, PGrad Dip, UniMelb) is an experienced business and strategy consultant with a background in health and human services, criminology, social science and gender equity. She has worked with a range of health and human services, government and law enforcement agencies over the past 17 years. Her core skills lie in business analysis, information analysis and evaluation, stakeholder management and business change. Emma has worked as a consultant with numerous clients to help them achieve their vision of ‘what success looks like’. Her experience with a wide range of stakeholders at all levels means that she can engage effectively to develop new and innovative solutions. Emma works closely with each client to identify the organisation’s issues, challenges and opportunities to ensure she can add value and enable them to achieve their desired outcomes.
Emma also has a strong grounding in information analysis and data analytics, and uses this experience to help clients develop data collection and assessment frameworks and plans, undertake analysis to identify key findings and assess how these relate to an organisation’s business priorities. Emma is also an experienced project manager, managing project direction and scope to ensure project objectives are met. Emma has excellent report writing skills, and is experienced in evaluations, strategic assessments, facilitating workshops and delivering policy reviews and analysis.
Dr. Helen Keleher:
Dr Helen Keleher has 25 years experience as a consultant for health and human services, working with all levels of government, community health and women’s health services, hospitals and non- government organisations including Primary Health Networks. Helen has significant expertise in population health training, data and strategy, as well as primary health and health promotion planning and evaluation. She has decades of research experience and her writing skills are a particular strength. Her facilitation skills are also widely acknowledged as effective in supporting clients to clarify their directions for planning, work through priorities, and undertake change and innovation.
Helen is Adjunct Professor in the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine at Monash University and is widely published, including Understanding Health (4th ed) published by OUP, and Understanding the Australian Health Care System (3rd ed) published by Elsevier. From 2012-early 2015, Helen was Director of Population Health with the Frankston-Mornington Peninsula Medicare Local; Board member of South-East Melbourne Medicare Local until June 2015, and Chair of Women’s Health in the South-East until October 2016. She is past President of the Public Health Association of Australia and Convenor of the 15th World Congress on Public Health, Melbourne, April 3-7 2017.