Andrew Pfeiffer

Ability Network Executive and Adviser, BETA

Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet

Co-founder and Co-chair of the cross-agency APS+ Neurodiversity Community of Practice

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“Andrew is a highly sought-after speaker and advocate for neurodiversity inclusion. He is also an adviser in the Behavioural Economics Team of the Australian Government (BETA) at the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (PM&C).

Andrew joined the public sector through the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) graduate program in 2016 and worked as a data scientist there for four years. He then moved to PM&C, where he worked for the APS Reform Office before his current role with BETA. [optional, remove if too long]

After discovering he is autistic, Andrew co-founded the ATO’s Neurodiversity Network, which now has over 600 members. Since moving to PM&C full-time in 2022, Andrew joined PM&C’s Ability Network Executive Committee and connected with neurodiversity advocates across the public sector. Andrew is also the co-founder and co-chair of the cross-agency neurodiversity network in the Commonwealth public sector. 165 staff from 35 agencies attended the network’s first meeting in August 2022.

Andrew delivered a TED talk at TEDxCanberra 2022 about the untapped competitive advantage of neurodiversity. He regularly presents to agencies about neurodiversity inclusion, passionately advocating for inclusive recruitment practices and workplace culture.”

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