Caroline Chernov

We have a talented team of problem solvers who are delivery and results oriented, accountable, partnership-oriented, innovative, enterprising and committed to clients’ needs.

Our skills include: risk and crisis management and communication, community and stakeholder engagement, change management, proactive issues management, sustainability, biodiversity, corporate responsibility, futures analysis, psychology, sociology, media and human rights.

We’ve worked in many fields including: banking, mining, energy, pharmaceuticals, media, agriculture and aquaculture, international relations, government and NGOs.

Caroline Chernov

Director

Caroline brings a wealth of board and executive-level expertise to Futureye with more than 25 years’ experience solving complex problems with entrepreneurial thinking.

Caroline helps build effective boards and executive teams by fostering high-performing work cultures, market relevance, stakeholder trust and authentic participation in social and environmental causes.

She has a demonstrated record using systems thinking and cross-sector collaboration to tackle some of business and society’s most thorny problems. Caroline’s commitment to innovation stems from her trail of executive director and board appointments with local and international corporations, foundations, universities, NGOs, venture philanthropy, impact investment firms and social enterprise start-ups.

Caroline holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) from The University of Melbourne and a Master of Business Administration from the International Institute of Management Development in Lausanne, Switzerland. She also holds a diploma in Managing Non-Profit Organisations from Harvard University, Boston, USA.

Caroline serves as a Non-Executive Director on Boards of the Women’s Tennis Foundation and the Australian Friends of Asha Slums India and on Advisory Boards to the Bellerive Impact Fund, Switzerland and the Bionics Institute, Melbourne. She is founder and Chair of the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) Access program and an Honorary Senior Fellow at The University of Melbourne.