Jacqui Watt

Jacqui joined NTV/MRS in 2015. Jacqui brought leadership and change management skills to the organisation. With 30 years’ experience from the community and government sectors in both Australia and UK.

Jacqui has been CEO of two peak bodies advocating for Community Housing – one in Scotland and one in Victoria – and spent a year as Director of Client Services at Anglicare Victoria. She has held roles in alcohol and drugs, mental health, disability, social housing and social enterprise sectors.

Male family violence is a topic close to Jacqui’s heart having experienced it as a child. Her determination to assist NTV/MRS achieve its goal of working with men to end family violence means she is an inspiring speaker, contributes to discussions on what works and is committed to changing how the community prevents, thinks about and responds to this pernicious social issue.

Jacqui holds two degrees (one in Social Policy and one in Management) and is a GAICD (Graduate of Australian Institute of Company Directors). She currently Chairs of ACSO’s Housing with Conviction Board.