Deputy Director-General, Sue Rickerby
Sue was appointed Deputy Director-General of the Priority Projects Division in February 2013. She brings with her an extensive background in local government and the private sector, with experience in marketing and communication roles in Australia and New Zealand.
Sue is responsible for:
- The Queensland Plan, a 30-year vision for Queensland. The Plan will be developed over the course of 2013 through a collaborative process involving the community, business and industry representatives, state and local government officers and Members of Parliament.
- One Stop Shop, an initiative delivering simpler and easier access to government services.
- Open Data, making government data available to the public will allow Queenslanders to develop innovative services and solutions. The open data revolution is a key part of the government’s agenda to drive growth and job creation in Queensland.
Previously she has held several executive roles in Brisbane City Council. At Council Sue was responsible for marketing, customer services, front-line services (including waste management) and shared services. Her achievements include the development of Council’s first brand strategy and customer focus strategy, and the establishment of the Shared Services Centre providing finance and procurement services to all parts of Council. Sue represented Council on several external bodies and boards and, as a trained Incident Controller, was closely involved in Council’s disaster response work, including for the 2011 floods.
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