Josephine MacLeod

Principal Advisor- Architecture and Urban Design
Office of the Queensland Government Architect

Josephine is an architect, urbanist and advocate with over 15 years’ experience working within the built environment. Her current role as principal advisory for the OQGA sees her guiding policy, undertaking design reviews and providing urban design advice to support well made, sustainable and healthy communities throughout Queensland. Josephine is passionate about creative and collaborative design processes that respond to place and the people who interact with them. Her current focus is on Healthy Places, Healthy People, a joint initiative with Queensland Health that seeks to bring together Queensland Government agencies to measure, monitor, report and better understand our collective impact on Queensland’s built and natural environment features, which have been proven to support healthy and active living. Prior to working for OQGA, Josephine practiced as an architect, working largely in the public realm to deliver a number of significant buildings across Queensland. Her work has been recognised by her peers including architecture awards for Act for Kids Act for Kids Child and Family Centre for Excellence, Townsville and Hinze Dam Visitor Centre, Gold Coast.

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