Jocelyn Chiew is chair of the Australian Institite of Landscape Architects Gender Equity Working Group. She is a registered architect, registered landscape architect and urban designer. Jocelyn has extensive experience in the design and procurement of sustainable urban spaces and leads the masterplanning and design of Monash University’s multiple campuses and sites in Australia.
Jocelyn manages, and is a member of, the Monash Design Review Panel and Architect Selection Committee, a founding member of the Monash Public Art Committee, an Australian Institute of Architects Victorian Chapter Councillor, chair of the PCA’s Victorian Education Precincts Innovation Task Force, and a 2019 AILA and Institute of Architect State Awards Juror.
Jocelyn has spoken widely about her work, including at the 2019 Association of University Architects Conference in St Louis, Missouri; the 2019 Landscape Australia Conference in Melbourne; and the 2018 TEMC Conference in Perth. She has led multiple Master of Urban Design studios at the University of Melbourne and continues to be involved in design critiques and competition juries.
Leadership from the top – the potential of policy
What can equity policy offer? How do we ensure that it is deployed effectively to gain traction and achieve real change? Emily Grandstaff-Rice, Natalie Galea, Amy Muir and Jocelyn Chiew explore the challenges of putting policy to work in a panel discussion chaired by Naomi Stead.