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Damian Sullivan

Damian Sullivan
Senior Manager, Energy, Equity and Climate Change

Damian Sullivan, who joined the Brotherhood of St Laurence in 2007, is the Research and Policy Senior Manager for the Energy, Equity and Climate Change program and also works on the organisation’s Digital Inclusion agenda.

He gained his Masters in Public Policy and Management from the University of Melbourne and his Bachelor of Science Honours, with a focus on geography/environmental science and philosophy, from Monash University.


Damian worked previously on the Trade, Environment and Sustainability campaign at Friends of the Earth International. He has also taught subjects in the Masters of Public Advocacy and the Bachelor of Arts at Victoria University, and presented guest lectures in the Masters of Social Policy at the University of Melbourne.

His research, policy and advocacy work focuses on the intersection of social equity and environmental sustainability, particularly the relationship between energy affordability, energy efficiency and climate change.

Contact: dsullivan(at)bsl.org.au

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