Courtney Miller is the General Manager of the peak industry body for fashion, the Australian Fashion Chamber (AFC). The AFC is Australia’s industry body united by the vision to strengthen, promote and develop Australian fashion design by nurturing talent, originality and success, locally and internationally.
Courtney is originally from Byron Bay where she grew up surfing and running wild before living, traveling and working across in the globe in places as wide ranging as Sardinia, Paris and Kenya. She has an undergraduate degree in International Relations, a Masters in Communications and is a French speaker who attended France’s premier political university, Sciences Po, Paris for which she has a diploma.
She was formerly the Head of Communications at Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art (the MCA). She has also worked at the highest levels of Federal Government policy and legislation ranging from Free Trade Agreements at the Department of Finance (including the recently concluded FTA’s Japan, Korea and China) through to consumer credit, tourism and the future of Australia’s workplaces. She has an in-depth understanding on the nature of government and its operations as well as a passion for the creative.