Lucinda Glover has an impressive professional background of over 15 years of experience in public policy, programs, and operations. She specializes in the economic development and healthcare industry and has extensive expertise in managing complex projects in demanding, multi-stakeholder environments.
Lucinda is a highly educated individual, having completed her education from renowned institutions such as Harvard Kennedy School of Government, the University of Adelaide, Cabra Dominican College, and several others. She studied Master of Public Administration (MPA), Leadership and Economics at Harvard Kennedy School of Government. A Master of Public Health (MPH), Health equity, statistics, and immunization from the University of Adelaide, and a Bachelor of Science (BSc), Genetics, and Physiology from the same university.
Lucinda has held several pivotal positions that have helped her gain an enormous amount of experience and insights. Some of her notable positions include Deputy Commissioner, Workforce Development at NYC Department of Small Business Services, Senior Advisor, Health Care Delivery at Mayor's Office, City of New York, Strategic Adviser at NYC Health and Hospitals, and various others. Lucinda has also served as Selection Committee Member at Menzies Scholarship to Harvard, Convener ACT Branch at Harvard Club of Australia, Councillor at Harvard Club of Australia, and Director at the Department of Finance and Deregulation.
Lucinda's expertise lies in economic development, healthcare, public policy, and programs, making her an excellent fit for roles that demand a multi-disciplinary approach. Her experience in delivering complex projects also means she can handle high-pressure environments with multiple stakeholders. Lucinda's academic background and professional journey make her a sought-after public figure, and her insights and thoughts are often sought after in the industry.