CEO, Grattan Institute
Danielle is the CEO of Grattan Institute and also leads Grattan’s Budgets and Government Program. She has published extensively on economic reform priorities, budgets, tax reform, generational inequality, and reforming political institutions. Danielle previously worked at the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, NERA Economic Consulting, and the Productivity Commission. She holds an Honours degree in Economics from the University of Adelaide and two Masters degrees, one in Economics and one in Competition Law, from the University of Melbourne. Danielle is the President of the Economic Society of Australia and was the co-founder and first Chair of the Women in Economics Network. She is a member of the Parliamentary Budget Office Expert Advisory Committee, the Commonwealth Bank CEO Advisory Council, and the PWC Future of Work Committee.
Since the pandemic, the tax profession has been contending with a variety of issues both personally and professionally. This interactive Q&A session will explore our future regarding how we rebuild and recover.
We will address issues including tax reform, the current economy and the forecast for the next 12 months. We will also reflect on how we can innovate, rebuild and support each other, and our clients in dealing with the challenges that lie ahead.