Cameron McBroom

Cameron McBroom


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Cameron is Wongatha Yamatji and uses his intimate knowledge of Indigenous matters to provide unique insights to projects. He has a strong quantitative background and leverages his interpersonal skills to manage complex stakeholder environments and deliver value for all parties. He combines strong quantitative analysis with qualitative research to understand client problems and provides pragmatic and holistic solutions. He has worked across a diverse range of industries for private and public clients; including across the education, justice, human services and defence sectors.

Influential work

  • Managed the implementation of a government organisation’s transformation with multiple work streams focused on re-designing the strategy and organisational model, and change management to transition to the new model, during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Provided trade policy advice to assist in Free Trade Agreement (FTA) negotiations between two countries
  • Evaluated a legal service for Aboriginal children and young people, providing insights, lessons and opportunities for similar services
  • Developed a first-of-its-kind report on the workforce training and skills needs for the building, construction and civil sector in Victoria and the platform for future reforms
  • Quantified the economic impact of a proposed port expansion including direct and indirect costs, one-off benefits and ongoing benefits from operation.

Outside of Nous

Cameron has previously worked in the education, resources and retail sectors. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Melbourne, partially completed at Sweden’s Lund University.

Cameron was a councillor in the University of Melbourne Student Union Council and inaugural President of Murrup Barak’s Student Advisory Council.

In his spare time...

Cameron enjoys keeping active playing sports, spending time on Country and going scuba diving. He also enjoys watching the Melbourne Storm rugby team dominate the National Rugby League (NRL).