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What our Clients Say

    • "Your innovative and proactive approach to stakeholder relations in no small part contributed to the success of this sensitive and complex program of works"
      Water Matters Alliance
    • "QCCN's aggressive marketing campaign transformed North Queensland's Army Reserve Brigade from a severely undermanned outfit into a national leader in recruitment"
      11 Brigade Army Reserve
    • "Wanted to take this opportunity to personally thank you for the super effort and the results of the Townsville Power Station opening"
      Transfield Services Australia
    • "Everything went really well and the end result looks fantastic! Thanks for your hard work”
      Townsville Enterprise Limited
    • "QCCN took the lead in developing and implementing the marketing for the campaign and then became the driving force behind maintaining its profile to ensure fundraising success"
      Australian Red Cross
    • "It's been great working with you. Thanks for making my time here such a rewarding experience"
      Stockland Townsville
    • "I enjoyed working with you and was glad your team was on the ground helping with everything during the brief and hectic project. Despite the high drama things went well"
      Suncor Energy Management (Canada)
    • "The team is very credible and has strong local knowledge"
      Queensland Nickel Industries
    • "Thanks for all the hard work. The advice was invaluable and the campaign certainly caused a stir"
      Women in Docs
    • "The parties were able to use your professional and informative methods and the public information meetings progressed successfully"
      National Native Title Tribunal
    • "As soon as I heard the QCCN team were involved in what was a difficult and complex situation, my faith in a positive outcome increased immeasurably"
      Queensland Government Minister
    •  "It was a pleasure to watch consummate professionals at work"
      Carson Group

    • "The QCCN team have always provided service of exceptional standards. Thank you for the professionalism and assistance"
      Townsville Port Authority
    • "To be recognised in this way is quite an achievement and reflects a strong service ethic in conceiving, refining and providing a project that the public not only desired but urgently needed"
      Federal Member for Herbert
    • "This is a significant step towards reconciliation in this country"
      National Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation
    • "We are a part of each other's success"
      BHP Billiton
    • “Your handling of the branding exercise has been first class.  I am a cynic of these things but the result has been excellent”
      Serving Queensland Member of Parliament


David Donohue, Managing Director

David has almost three decades of professional experience in communication including 15 years managing professional communication consultancies.

He has broad professional experience and technical expertise in the design and conduct of stakeholder relations, community consultation, client negotiation, strategic management, marketing, as well as crisis and issues management.

In addition to his professional roles; he has served as the Australian Chair of the International Public Relations Association and a judge for the IPRA Golden World Awards, is a Fellow of the Public Relations Institute of Australia, an Associate Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management and a judge in the AIM Excellence Awards, a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and is a member of the International Association for Public Participation.

He is supported by a strong professional team led by:


Based in QCCN's Townsville headquarters and supporting our Managing Director, Stephanie provides high-level strategic and operational support to clients across the network.  With a Bachelor of Arts (Mass Media & Communications, Public Relations) as well as a Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management under her belt, Stephanie started off her professional communications career with one of Europe's biggest Public Relations agencies - Stephanie spent three years working in the Public Sector team at Trimedia Communications (now Grayling Austria) before moving to Australia and joining the QCCN team in 2009.

Leading other members of the Townsville team, Stephanie provides stakeholder relations, community consultation and media support to major projects for clients including Townsville City Council, Department of Main Roads, North West Queensland Indigenous Awareness Trust, and BMD Constructions.  Through her work Stephanie has dealt with environmentally and culturally sensitive projects and continually guides her team to provide high level outcomes for clients.

Stephanie is a member of both the Public Relations Institute of Australia and the International Association for Public Participation.