Fiona McCormack is the CEO of Domestic Violence Victoria, the peak body for family violence services for women and children in Victoria.
Domestic Violence Victoria provides political advocacy on behalf of, and in partnership with, its member organisations for violence prevention, systemic change and enhancement of systems. Most of Fiona’s working life has focused on issues affecting women. Fiona represents the family violence sector on statewide and Ministerial committees.
Highlights of her work have included presenting in Shenyang as part of the China-Australia Human Rights Technical Cooperation Program and to the UN Commission on the Status of Women. Most of all she enjoys working with, and learning from, the courage and wisdom of other women.
Fiona has extensive non-profit experience and is interested in human rights, poverty alleviation and social services. She is also a writer, contributing to such publications at the Guardian, and she presented a lecture for The Cranlana Programme on ‘Failing the Good Society Test’.