ACOR Chief Executive Officer - Grant Musgrove
Grant Musgrove was appointed as ACOR's Chief Executive Officer in May 2013. Mr. Musgrove is passionate about the future of the Australian resource recovery and recycling, bringing economics and the environment together through the creation of shared value between government and business.
Mr. Musgrove has a strong background in government policy, advisory and liaison. He began his career working in landfill remediation before joining the Queensland Government's central policy and planning agency, the Office of the Cabinet, progressing to senior advisory roles, working on a broad range of sustainability issues relating to projects of state significance. Mr. Musgrove was also the Principal of Matrix Consulting, a Government Relations firm, specialising in environmental issues management and corporate affairs as an Associate Director of Generalist Government Relations firm, Open Door Consulting.
Mr. Musgrove has served as a member of Queensland Legislative Assembly, developing Queensland's Innovative Strategy. He was also a Senior Advisor in the Chancellery on sustainable campus development at Griffith University.
As ACOR's Director of Policy, Projects and Partnerships from October 2011 until April 2013, Mr. Musgrove was responsible for advocating on behalf of ACOR members and the resource recovery and recycling industry to influence government policy and decision making.
Under Mr. Musgrove's leadership, ACOR intends to continue working with the Australian Federal and State Governments as well as ACOR members and the resource recovery and recycling industry to ensure appropriate industry policies and to secure the future of this sector.