Dr Mark Crosweller

Distinguished Advisor, ANU National Security College

Dr Mark Crosweller has 38 years of experience in crisis, national security, and emergency management, leading major strategic reform in governance, strategy, policy, operations, and capability. Between 2012-2020 as Director General Emergency Management Australia and Head of the National Resilience Taskforce, Mark was responsible for briefing the Prime Minister and Cabinet on disaster management and providing strategic policy advice on climate and disaster risk reduction and resilience. Mark is now the Founder and Director of Ethical Intelligence; Senior Advisor and Luminary to KPMG advising on disaster management, resilience, and leadership ethics; and Distinguished Advisor to the National Security College - Australian National University. Mark’s ongoing research interest is in relational leadership ethics in senior executive leadership within the private sector, public service, national security, and disaster management sectors.