Carolyn O’Fallon is a Wellington-based public servant. She has three grown children and lives with her partner Christopher.
Carolyn is currently a principal advisor for the Social Policy Evaluation and Research Unit (Superu), where she has led evaluations of major cross-agency government programmes. Carolyn also founded a strategic advisory business working alongside several central and local government agencies. She worked in and led teams delivering projects in the transport, infrastructure, energy and tourism sectors for nearly 20 years.
Her company worked on strategic projects including Walking School Bus networks, and a business continuity plan for pandemic influenza which won international recognition by the World Health Organisation in 2004.
Outside of work, Carolyn is the co-vice president of the Wellington Beekeepers Association, captain of her interclub tennis teams, a quilter, and a backyard beekeeper.