Nikolai Morozow is a communication specialist with over five years’ experience working in federal government. Passionate about improving communication practice across both the public and private sectors, Nikolai has worked on extensive government advertising campaigns, COAG taskforces and the G20.
With many years’ experience in strategic and corporate communications, Nikolai provides timely, well-considered advice which meets the needs of clients and is always considering new, creative solutions that present innovative solutions for clients.
One of Nikolai’s core strengths is nurturing and maintaining relationships with stakeholders to achieve project outcomes.
Prior to joining Elton Consulting, Nikolai was a Communications Specialist in Program Communications for the Department of Employment. In this role, Nikolai was responsible for producing communication products for a range of government employment programs and workplace relation policies. Most recently Nikolai was program managing the Empowering YOUth Initiatives, providing grants funding to the not-for-profit sector in delivering new and innovative approaches to engage vulnerable youth.
Previous roles include Corporate Communications at the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations and Communications and Engagement for the COAG Taskforce for the Department of Industry.
Nikolai founded the public service’s first Young Leaders Network, and holds a Bachelor of Media, Arts and Production from the University of Canberra.
Currently Nikolai is working on Sydney’s CBD & South East Light Rail Project as the Public Safety and Education Campaign Manager. Nikolai is primarily responsible for developing and implementing communication strategies, and stakeholder engagement initiatives to enhance public safety and awareness with regards to the Testing and Commissioning of trams.
Areas of expertise:
- Strategic communications
- Issues management
- Government relations
- Stakeholder engagement
- Community relations
- Project management
- Digital media
- Social media strategies