MEDIA RELEASE: 5 December 2019: When Mathew Densten, Head of Social & Community joined Fiftyfive5 several years ago he had a clear agenda – to establish Fiftyfive5 as a trusted partner to government, social change organisations and corporates focused on making positive societal impact. Over this time, Fiftyfive5 have forged strong relationships and delivered highly impactful work continuing to gain momentum from this sector.
Off the back of this continued success, Fiftyfive5 are pleased to announce the appointment of Corey Fisher to the role of Director, Social & Community. Corey will be based in Canberra and his key focus will be on building partnerships with government clients across policy development, program evaluation, communications research, behaviour change and citizen experience.
Corey has spent more than 15 years working almost exclusively on government and public sector research and his clients have included all levels of government, NGO’s, peaks, charities and social change organisations. He has an MBA, a Bachelor of Applied Psychology, is QPR accredited and is a member of the Australian Social and Market Research Society.
“Corey’s capabilities and experience at all levels of public sector research further extends Fiftyfive5’s ability to bring insight-led thinking to government – through highly impactful research and consulting.” says Mathew Densten, Partner, Social and Community, Fiftyfive5.
“We are excited about our vision for Social & Community and see significant opportunity to continue the momentum of this important pillar in the Fiftyfive5 business.” says Mark Sundquist, Founding Partner and CEO, Fiftyfive5.