He has a deep understanding of business strategy, public policy and service delivery, and is an expert facilitator, evaluator and strategist. He has worked extensively in human services, including disability, aged care, mental health, Indigenous affairs, domestic and family violence, housing and employment. Aaron is interested in new approaches to policy, and has worked on commissioning, sector capacity-building and system redesign. He previously held strategic marketing roles and managed a service supporting homeless youth.
Prior to Nous, Aaron held management roles in private sector organisations including Sega World, Sega Ozisoft, EMI music and Australian Air Freight. He established a small consultancy where he worked to develop programs to address issues including Indigenous youth unemployment, youth homelessness and out-of-home care. He also established and managed Live N Learn, an organisation dedicated to assisting youth at risk achieve independence.
Aaron holds a Master of Public Affairs, and has served on boards including Liverpool Workplace Learning Partnership and Live N Learn.
Aaron likes to play guitar (badly) and spend time with his family, including his two young boys. They are working hard to master Lego Dimensions.