Jennifer Morgans

Senior Associate


Jennifer grew up in Wiradjuri country, southwestern NSW and is the parent of two proud Wiradjuri children.  A strategist with a strong sense for inclusion and collaboration, Jennifer delivers tangible value by bringing ideas to action with solutions – leading in times of complexity, change and opportunity.  Jennifer is a collaborative partner, an exceptional writer, an engaging presenter and an exacting facilitator.

As an executive consultant she has worked closely with Boards, executive teams and senior leadership teams to develop and implement a diverse range of strategic communication solutions for ASX listed, private companies, Indigenous entities, philanthropic organisations and Universities in a domestic and international capacity.

With strong strategic insight, exceptional interpersonal skills and the ability to identify and communicate effectively with key stakeholders, Jennifer actively influences and encourages valued partnerships.


  • Led external affairs portfolios – responsible for development and implementation of holistic strategies, supported by government relations, stakeholder engagement, brand and marketing, Indigenous relations and community relations and investor relations and risk management frameworks for Peabody Energy
  • Led Indigenous group of key stakeholders from Northeast Wiradjuri (NSW) and Barada Bana (Qld) clans to the United States to hold Roundtables with leaders of the Navajo Nation and Hope tribe.  
  • Led the development and implementation of Strategic Communication Frameworks across a diverse range of industries in global and domestic markets, including development of a suite of communication templates embedding cultural elements as appropriate
  • Led development and implementation of complex social and digital media and culturally appropriate communication methodologies to enhance Indigenous engagement in local projects
  • Led transformational and cultural change programs for listed and NFP entities – included strategic communication materials to support awareness, understanding and ownership with a clear focus on diversity and inclusion.
  • Led development and implementation of multiple financial communication strategies for cross industry entities and communication materials for AGM, Annual & Interim Results and Annual Reports, including hosting a number of US Investor Tours to Australia to promote global strategy.
  • Led development and development of multi-million-dollar brand strategies for Peabody, Western Power, Colonial with supporting communication materials for global and Indigenous audiences.
  • Led development and implementation of communications strategies for change management and transition and integration strategies for multi-billion-dollar M&As and transfer to owner-operator status for three mining operations with supporting communication materials
  • Delivered a Johnson & Johnson Change Management Strategy for $25B global acquisition for Asia Pacific (14 countries) with supporting communication materials.
  • Led implementation and development of corporate communications, marketing, PR and media relations solutions for Sony Australia and Sony New Zealand to minimise risk to business and best position companies for growth.
  • Led the design and implementation process of Reconciliation Action Plans and Procurement Plans for corporate Australia
  • Led development and implementation of digital marketing strategy for Western Power, included integrated communication strategy.

Key Capabilities

  • Cultural Intelligence
  • Strategy, Policy and Design
  • Workforce Enablement and Economic Development
  • Digital, Brand and Communications
  • Governance, Performance and Risk

“Being married to a Wiradjuri man and raising two Wiradjuri children in rural New South Wales was an enlightening experience. I became part of a wonderfully passionate community and enjoyed hearing many stories. I took these stories all around the world, sharing them with many First Nations people, including the Navajo Nation Parliament. I am passionate about helping to create opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, where a holistic concept that includes physical, social, emotional, cultural and spiritual well being is adopted as the norm.”