Nadia Wu is an Adviser at CPR working with clients across a range of sectors, including health, education, government and the arts.
She is experienced in media relations and social media management, and draws on her strong communication and research skills to develop and implement effective communication strategies and campaigns.
Nadia is a former journalist and has written and managed social media channels for multiple Mamamia Women’s Network mastheads. Her work has also appeared in The Age, The Ballarat Courier, The Conversation and other online publications. Nadia was a financial consultant at Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu prior to her time in journalism, working with clients to navigate complex taxation law issues.
Nadia completed her Master of Communication at RMIT in 2015 with a major research piece analysing social media communication during bushfires, and completed her Graduate Diploma in Journalism in 2014. Nadia also has undergraduate degrees in commerce and law, as well as a postgraduate degree in taxation law, from the University of Melbourne.