Ross has been a Director with Ethos Urban since 2015 and leads the company’s national Social Strategy and Engagement practice.

He is a leading expert in the delivery of community consultation, stakeholder engagement and social impact strategies, with over 20 years-experience working with government, private and non-profit sectors to support positive, transformational change in our built environments.

Ross is a passionate advocate for good development outcomes that create fairer, more productive and more liveable cities. Trusted to build consensus across Australia’s most complex and contentious projects, he brings a highly-developed strategic perspective on how to navigate the social challenges of urban change. He has supported the delivery of over $15 billion worth of new infrastructure and development across diverse sectors including major mixed-use precincts, residential, commercial and industrial development and essential transport, social and cultural infrastructure.

Signature projects include Sydney Light Rail, the South Everleigh precinct, Sydney Football Stadium, Martin Place Metro, the Powerhouse, NINE by Mirvac, and the Harbourside Centre.

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