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Jasmina Joldić PSM


Department of Justice and Attorney-General

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Ms Jasmina Joldić PSM is an accomplished senior executive and policy expert who has advocated for equity throughout her career. Ms Joldić’s expertise in guiding high-performing teams and driving outcomes on critical initiatives has been built from over 18 years of experience across the State and Commonwealth governments, as well as the higher education sector.

Ms Joldić has been Director-General of Queensland’s Department of Justice and Attorney-General since May 2023. This role follows her experience as Associate Director-General, Strategy, Policy and Reform in Queensland Health, in which she led the development of visionary system-wide policy, including HealthQ32, and prior leadership of critical functions contributing to Queensland’s successful COVID-19 response, for which she was awarded a Public Service Medal in 2022.

Ms Joldić previously served in strategic leadership and policy roles across a range of Queensland and Commonwealth Government agencies, including the Department of the Premier and Cabinet; Department of State Development, Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning; Department of Community Safety; and the Commonwealth Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.

Ms Joldić received the Griffith University and Griffith Business School Alumnus of the Year awards in 2023.

Her experiences in the higher education sector with the University of Queensland and University of Melbourne have also contributed to her innovative approaches to public sector reform, strategy and organisational design to facilitate transformation.

Ms Joldić is a current member of the Australia and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG) Board, the Queensland Government’s Public Sector Governance Council, the Institute of Public Administration Australia (IPAA) Queensland Division Council, and the Children’s Hospital Foundation Legacy Advisory Committee.

She holds a BA (Hons) from the University of Queensland and Graduate Certificate in Policy Analysis and Master of Public Administration from Griffith University.