Strengthening Disability Advocacy Conference 2016
Putting rights centre stage

Friday 2 September @ NAB, The Hall, 700 Bourke Street, Docklands

Louise Glanville

Photo of Louise Glanville, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Stakeholder Relations, NDIA

Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Stakeholder Relations, NDIA

Louise Glanville commenced with the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) in February 2014 as Deputy Chief Executive Officer (DCEO) and General Manager of the Governance Division. In October 2015 Louise was appointed as the Deputy CEO Stakeholder Relations at the NDIA which includes the areas of Community Linkages, Market and Providers, Scheme Transition and Media Communications Engagement.

Louise brings a vast range of state and federal public sector experience to her current role having previously held Senior Executive roles at the Commonwealth Attorney General’s Department and the Victorian Department of Justice.  Louise has also held positions in academia, the private sector and ministerial offices.

Louise holds a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Social Work from Melbourne University, a Bachelor of Laws from Monash University and a Master of Arts (Research) from Victoria University. She is keenly interested in the intersections between social policy and legal policy.


Enter stage rights: Applying a human rights based approach to person-centred service delivery

Friday 2nd September, 2016: 1:30am - 2:30am

What role can or should disability advocacy play in a landscape of person-centred service delivery? How do we make sure that mainstream services are accessible to people with disability? What will best practice look like?