Ms Vicki Kyritsis - DIRECTOR
Vicki is a passionate and highly skilled communications professional with a background in strategy, programming, stakeholder engagement and development. She has worked in complex environments solving problems with entrepreneurial thinking that has supported long term change.
Vicki has a wealth of experience, and has had the privilege of working alongside extraordinary leaders in the not for profit (including organisations providing support to victims of family violence), education, government, media, mental health and indigenous health sectors.
Vicki currently serves as a Non-Executive Director and Secretary of the Australian Centre for Grief and Bereavemnet (2011- present) and as a non-Executive Director of Australian Friends of Asha Slums in India (2015 – present).
Vicki holds a Bachelor of Arts (Social Sciences) from La Trobe University, a Bachelor of Social Work from Monash University, and post graduate qualifications in Public Relations (PR) from RMIT University and Management from Melbourne Business School.
Vicki is also a qualified trainer who has taught public relations to vocational education students at RMIT University and Swinburne University of Technology.
Born in Australia, Vicki’s parents come from villages near Nafpaktos.