Megan Brewer

Megan Brewer

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Megan is a former diplomat, government analyst and policy-practitioner with 10 years’ experience in international development in the Indo-Pacific region. She brings a high level of professional integrity, demonstrated as an Australian Government representative in fast-paced, challenging and complex environments in Timor-Leste, Papua New Guinea and Washington DC. Megan engages effectively with senior stakeholders, solving complex problems to deliver quality advice to decision-makers; and is experienced at managing large, complex programs.

Influential work

  • Delivered astute political analysis and expert advice on wide-ranging issues to inform Australian foreign, trade, security and development strategies
  • Represented the Australian Government and built trusting, enduring relationships during a complex period in the Australia-Timor-Leste bilateral relationship
  • Managed Australia’s aid investment to support improved policy making in Timor-Leste; with a focus on fostering emerging leaders, improving the capacity of civil society and increasing the use of evidence as a basis for policymaking
  • Engaged with Government of Samoa agencies and other stakeholders to design a program to improve people’s experiences in the justice sector
  • Consulted to governments in the Asia Pacific region to deliver innovative solutions to complex development challenges, informed by best practice.

Outside of Nous

Prior to joining Nous, Megan was an Australian diplomat in Timor-Leste, working with government, private sector and not-for-profit stakeholders to design, deliver and evaluate programs that responded to pressing economic and social issues. She has over 10 years’ experience working with governments to improve outcomes for people. In addition to Timor-Leste, Megan worked in Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Kiribati, Fiji and Nauru and at the World Bank in Washington DC.

In her spare time...

Megan loves learning languages (she speaks French, Japanese and Tetun), exploring new corners of the world and growing her list of countries visited. But as a die-hard Francophile she frequently returns to France for cheese, wine and joie de vivre. Closer to home, she enjoys following politics and reading classical and modern literature.