Stacey Ong is an experienced management consultant with over 17 years’ experience in both private, public and community sectors and a leader in social policy.

Stacey is the Executive Director of One Red Step, a social equity consulting practice that she founded aimed at improving the lives of women and girls of colour. One Red Step works with governments and NFP organisations to bring greater community participation and voice in social policy development and implementation.

Stacey is a Board member of Safe and Equal and Melbourne City Mission, and a Honorary Fellow within the University of Melbourne in Law. Prior to establishing One Red Step, Stacey was a Director at a Big 4 consulting firm leading their social policy practice, working on projects such as early intervention for school students experiencing family violence, developing gender impact assessment tools and supporting childcare services to transition to the new childcare funding arrangements. Stacey was the inaugural staff lead of the firm’s cultural diversity and inclusion network, engaging over 7,000 staff, partners and clients in conversations about culture and race.

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