rachel peck

Rachel Peck

Rachel is a Principal of peckvonhartel, Architects, Planners and Interior Designers.

Rachel graduated with a Bachelor of Civil Engineering with Honours from the University of Melbourne in 1997.

Prior to joining peckvonhartel Rachel worked with Citibank in London and Baulderstone Hornibrook in Melbourne, on site in construction and as a Development Manager.

She is a former Divisional Council Member of the Property Council of Australia (ACT), a founding member of "2050" a National group for young professionals working in the built environment dedicated to a more sustainable built environment for Australia, Interim Board Member for the founding of the Canberra International Arboretum, and Member of the University of Melbourne Trinity College Building and Grounds Committee.

She was awarded a Future Leaders’ Award in 2006 and was the Telstra ACT Young Business Woman of the Year in 2008.  Rachel attended the Australia 2020 Summit and in 2010 completed a Masters of Business Administration at the Melbourne Business School.

She is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and in 2011 Rachel was appointed to the Board of Icon Water (formally ACTEW Corporation Limited) an ACT Government owned unlisted company with assets and investments in water, sewerage, electricity and gas. She is a member of the Icon Water Board’s Risk and Assurance, Nomination and Remuneration Committees.

Rachel is a former Deputy Chair for the Australian Tapestry Workshop, Member of the Australian Futures Project Advisory Board, and former Chair of the Canberra Business Chamber Planning and Infrastructure Taskforce.

 

2008 Telstra Award