Danni Addison is the Victorian CEO of the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) – the nation’s key representative body for the urban development industry.
An accomplished and reputable property expert, Danni uses her influence to protect and promote the industry’s best interests. She is known for her informed, pragmatic and solutions-based approach, as she continues to lead public agenda on behalf of UDIA’s large, engaged membership.
Danni is passionate about enabling affordability and accessibility for all home buyers, reducing unnecessary regulatory burden on the housing sector, and achieving an efficient planning system that delivers positive outcomes for Victoria’s future.
She is also a keen advocate for gender diversity in the property and development industry, making considerable effort to profile and grow the influence of women making a difference in the sector.
Danni has an impressive track record in advocacy, policy, political engagement and stakeholder management, with previous roles as Senior Advisor to the State Government, and Policy Advisor and Public Affairs Manager at the Property Council of Australia.
Additionally, she is a dynamic and nationally recognised spokesperson, regularly sharing her property knowledge and industry acumen through media, events and keynote presentations.
John manages UDIA’s policy, advocacy and research activities. He provides an active voice for the urban development industry; shaping, leading and influencing public policy and debate. John also oversees UDIA’s policy related committees.
Angela is responsible for creating industry partnerships and developing new business initiatives for UDIA. She plays a critical role in driving growth of the organisation and shaping its overall strategic direction.
Georgia manages UDIA’s events team and is responsible for end-to-end delivery of the annual calendar of events and Awards for Excellence Program.
Jessica plays a key role in the end-to-end delivery of UDIA’s annual calendar of events and Awards for Excellence Program.