Meet the Editorial Team 

Xenia Hammon – Head of Content Development

Xenia joined CompliSpace in 2014 having previously worked as a lawyer in Melbourne for six years.  Xenia was a lawyer at a leading Australian law firm in their corporate team before taking up the role of in-house Legal Advisor at an ASX listed company.  Xenia has experience in Australian and international law on various areas of commercial practice. She is currently completing a Graduate Diploma of Applied Corporate Governance at the Governance Institute of Australia.

As Head of Content Development at CompliSpace, Xenia manages a national team of legally trained staff who monitor, research and interpret laws, regulation, codes, standards and guidance in all states and territories.  CompliSpace prides itself of taking complex governance, risk and compliance obligations and translating them into commercial and easy to read content for its clients in various industries including education, financial services and the not-for-profit sector.   Xenia’s team is responsible for the delivery of CompliSpace’s policies, procedures, training, briefing papers and other key resources to clients across various mediums including social media and an integrated digital policy and assurance framework.

Her team is also responsible for the publication of CompliSpace’s online content including the School Governance website.

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Kieran Seed – Legal Research Coordinator

Kieran is the Legal Research Coordinator for CompliSpace’s Sydney Office.
 
Beginning as a legal research intern involved in CompliSpace’s new product development, Kieran has since become a fully-fledged member of the Editorial Team. He now assists with drafting and review of new programs and client-requested policies, while also writing regular articles for School Governance.
 
Kieran studied at the University of Sydney, completing a Bachelor of Law and Bachelor of International and Global Studies majoring in Government and International Relations. Before coming to CompliSpace, he volunteered for the prisoners and mental health advocacy group Justice Action.