Claire Grealy has led some of Urbis’ largest national and state advisory projects in education, health and justice.

She is an expert in designing and evaluating systems that address complex social issues, particularly for vulnerable communities. Claire has advised governments on inclusion and social equality to guide policymaking in various areas, including employment and education. She is also adept at helping clients monitor and interpret the outcomes of programs and policies.

A keen contributor to her profession, Claire regularly speaks at conferences and is a peer reviewer for the MAI Journal, which focuses on international indigenous issues, and the Drug and Alcohol Review. She is proud to have led the Victorian Bushfire Case Management Service review at Urbis, which won the prestigious Australasian Evaluation Society’s Best Evaluation Study Award in 2011.

My work at Urbis is dedicated to people and the communities in which they live.