Bev Lange Consulting is a results-driven, multi disciplinary agency dedicated to helping organisations realise their full potential.
Director and founder, Bev Lange is a strategist, an implementer, a policy maker, an agent of change. More than 20 years of executive-level experience in government, non-government, and community organisations, has seen Bev manage everything from personal productivity coaching to the delivery of major cultural events.
Drawing on such varied capabilities–across a range of business frameworks and disciplines–Bev Lange is uniquely credentialed to offer assistance on an array of business challenges.
Experience and accountabilities:
- Contractor, Stepping Out Housing Program
Strategic and operational planning, people management, contract management
- Consultant, PEPworldwide
Group and individual coaching for efficiency and effectiveness with a variety of government and corporate clients
- COO, Macleay College
Operational planning and system design; people management; business development opportunities
- CEO, Bobby Goldsmith Foundation
Change and strategic management; governance; client services (redesign and delivery); fundraising and communications
- Director: Communications, Transport NSW
Major event coordination; passenger information; integrated communications strategy
- Director: Major Events and Service Development, Transport NSW
Coordination of the traffic and transport tasks for major events at Sydney Olympic Park, Moore Park and Sydney CBD.
- Board Director, NCOSS
Two-year appointment as Director, with key role to develop the new strategic plan, in addition to governance, financial management and policy development
- Co-Chair, Sydney Gay Games
Shared responsibility for the executive planning and implementation of an event for 13,000 participants, 5,000 volunteers, and 31 sports at 45 venues.
- Board Director, NSW Centenary of Federation
A NSW Government appointment: Chair of the Parade Advisory Committee
- Board Director and President, Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras
Leading an organisation that contributed more than $100 million into the NSW economy through its annual festival and associated events