Professor Margaret Steinberg
This person does not currently hold a position at QUT.
BiographyMargaret Steinberg is currently the Community Commissioner of the Health Quality and Complaints Commission. She is a former Commissioner of the Crime and Misconduct Commission and the Police Services Review Commissioner. She holds the position of Adjunct Professor at CPNS where her work has a focus on population ageing and women in philanthropy.
Professor Steinberg has undertaken innovative, often pioneering work on complex, contemporary matters at the intersection of health, education and social policy and services, including
- mature-age work
Her work within the international, national and Queensland communities, as well as that of clinician, researcher, teacher and public servant, has covered areas as disparate as
- early intervention
- decision-making incapacity
- community care
- Indigenous health and education
- cultural and linguistic diversity
- rural and remote needs and services
- population health
- nonprofit organisations and philanthropy.
She was formerly Deputy-President of the Guardianship and Administration Tribunal and establishment Director of the Healthy Ageing Unit, School of Population Health, University of Queensland. She has a 40-year history of membership of significant Boards and Councils, with a social justice mandate, which currently include
- Patron, Life-Long Learning Council of Queensland
- Governor, Queensland Community Foundation
- Director, Hear and Say Inc
- Director, The Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health
- Board, Business Work and Ageing Centre, Swinburne University of Technology, Vic.