Rebecca Dalli Gonzi, PhD (Glasgow), MSc (Edinburgh) B.E.&A. (Melit.) (Hons) A. & C.E., A.L.C.M. (London), is an architect and MEP election candidate for Malta. She co-founded her own political party, an Alliance for Change (Alleanza Bidla) bringing principles of good governance and public efficiency to the forefront. Her book ‘Change and continuity management in the public sector’ reinforces the idea that decisions in political spheres should bring country performance to the forefront, looking past the old ideology of manifestos and moving towards good governance through feedback from public polls on successfully instituted policy.
She is a registered and certified civil engineer by the Chamber of Architects, Malta. She has worked in the private and public sector, both in Malta and in Scotland. She is a resident academic at the University of Malta lecturing project management in the Department of Construction and Property Management and a guest lecturer within the Department of Public Policy, Malta, lecturing decision-making in crisis.
Areas in her current research include decision-making models for government, strategic project management and performance management. Rebecca has been a reviewer of professional journals and continues to publish. During her residency in Scotland she was appointed as project team member at the Scottish Executive government which contributed towards her PhD. She has been appointed as a consultant to several public sector projects in the field of change management and construction. Her passion is reading, writing, debating and design.