Name: David Teller

Title: Director, Transport Development and Coordination

Affiliation: Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources (DEDJTR)

Having worked in Australia, UK, France, China and the Middle East, David is an experienced international infrastructure specialist focusing on road and public transport policy, planning, construction, franchising and operations.

He is the author of the Melbourne Model of cross-sector partnerships and was the inaugural director of the Global Compact Cities Program.

Graduate Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD), AICD

Graduate Certificate in Cross-Sector Partnerships, Cambridge University 2006

Graduate Diploma in Marketing, Monash University 2001

Graduate Diploma in Economics, Monash University 1994

Bachelor of Arts (Chinese and Asian Studies), Monash University 1994

Diploma in Mandarin, Shi Fan Xue Yuan, Beijing, China

Global Advisor UN Global Compact Cities Programme

  1. UNGC Cities Programme, The Melbourne Model Solving Hard Urban Issues Together IN The Journal of Corporate Citizenship Issue 11 2003, pp. 133-142, Greenleaf Publishing
  2. The Melbourne Model: solving the hard urban issues together IN Learning to Talk, Corporate Citizenship and the Development of the UN Global Compact, pp.328-340, 2004, Greenleaf Publishing
  3. The Melbourne Model and its all sector task forces: Theoretical Framework and Delivery Mechanism for the UNGCCP IN The Journal of Corporate Citizenship Issue 26 2007, pp. 43-52, Greenleaf Publishing