Carolyn Nixon


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Carolyn Nixon commenced with Deloitte Australia’s Human Capital Practice in 2021. Carolyn works with organisations to shape their capability, learning, leadership, and diversity and inclusion to drive high performance.

Carolyn has designed and steered cultural change, human resource and integrity activity to improve outcomes across the private and public sector. Her experience encompasses leadership roles in a range of federal law enforcement and commonwealth agencies, and in the UK private sector. Carolyn’s public sector career most recently includes managing engagement and communications for the interim National Commissioner for Defence and Veteran Suicide Prevention and leading the Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity (ACLEI) corruption prevention and intelligence assessment practice.

Her private sector career included learning and development consultancy for a major UK bank.

A graduate of the International Anti-Corruption Academy in Vienna, Carolyn Nixon’s passion for collaboration and innovation has led to her being invited to present on the topic of corruption, integrity and culture both domestically and abroad. International engagements have included being a speaker at: the American Institute of Criminology Annual Meeting, San Francisco, US; the 7th ICAC Symposium, Hong Kong, HKSAR; the UNODC Regional Workshop on Promoting Integrity and Preventing Corruption in Law Enforcement Authorities, Bangkok, Thailand; and the APEC Best Fit Practices and Experience Sharing Workshop on Corruption Prevention Mechanisms in APEC Economies, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.

Carolyn Nixon represented the Australian Government in 2015 as a member of the delegation to the United Nations Convention Against Corruption in St Petersburg.

Carolyn holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Education (Deakin University), a Certificate in Training Practice (Distinction) (UK) and a Masters Degree in Strategic Human Resource Management (Distinction) (Charles Sturt University). She completed the International Anti-Corruption Academy summer program in Vienna (2013).

In 2017, Carolyn was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to study international Corruption Prevention practices, visiting Hong Kong, Lithuania, Austria, Estonia and Finland. On her return, she shared her findings at the 2019 Australian Public Sector Anticorruption Conference.

Carolyn Nixon has a proven ability to work with diverse stakeholder groups and is known for her ability to nurture relationships, facilitate cooperation and partnerships and to successfully mentor and motivate teams to deliver tangible results. She is a Professional Member of the Australian Human Resources Institute.


To research new, practical methods to fight law enforcement corruption by organised crime

To research new, practical methods to fight law enforcement corruption by organised crime

Hong Kong
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Carolyn Nixon

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