Srinivas Manchikanti

Srinivas Manchikanti


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Srini is a consultant in public policy at Nous. He blends his background in commerce and education to develop pragmatic, rigorous and client-focused solutions. Srini has worked with clients, both nationally and internationally, in a range of sectors including education, health, finance and government at large. His strong analytical and communication skills allow him to quickly adapt to new environments and deliver valuable analysis and insight for stakeholders.

Influential work

  • Supported a large Commonwealth department to identify savings opportunities through a wide ranging strategic review of departmental programs
  • Analysed the legislative, social, and cultural changes required from a local service provider perspective to identify methods to improve the information sharing landscape to support vulnerable young children
  • Developed a whole-of-organisation transformation strategy for a major government owned utilities organisation
  • Conducted a functional and efficiency review for the Commonwealth Department of Education which helped identify methods to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the Department’s operations
  • Developed a business plan and business case for an international institute based in a leading university that resulted in increased funding being provided.

Outside of Nous

Prior to joining Nous, Srini completed the Teach For Australia program (a two year program that places individuals in low SES schools), worked as a teacher mentor, and volunteered in the Solomon Islands under the Australian Youth Ambassador for Development program. Srini has also worked at several financial services firm, with a focus on investment analysis, and volunteered at various not-for-profits.

He has completed a Bachelor of Commerce, Post Graduate Diploma of Teaching, and is currently completing a Post Graduate Diploma of Economics.

In his spare time...

Srini enjoys expanding his cooking repertoire, reading, and playing guitar. He watches more sport than he plays these days.