Our inaugural Leadership Dinner is designed to inspire community leaders to contribute to the School’s impact agenda by learning from exceptional examples. Our supporters have played an important role in creating a unique organisation that helps members of our community to reimagine and redefine their futures:
Scholarships have both enabled individuals from diverse backgrounds and sectors to access a world class education and assisted us in attracting the most talented future leaders to the School. Most recently, Krystyna Campbell-Pretty has generously established “The Harold Campbell-Pretty Scholarship.” The scholarship supports students with financial need from the not-for-profit sector.
Support from donors, such as Ian Kirk (MBA 1998) has been instrumental in establishing the BioDesign Innovation program. Over a nine-month period, teams of students from the Masters of Business Administration program and Masters of Engineering program collaborate with hospital clinicians to create and commercialise new medical devices.
Project funding from the Helen Macpherson Smith Trust has supported our work with the Indigenous community in the Goulburn Valley. With the generous support of the Trust we are able to play a central role in building capability and capacity in Indigenous organisations in the region and creating a new and more positive brand image with the community.
Proceeds from the dinner will help to support the School’s ongoing program of impact. The program focuses on building the capabilities of individuals and the capacity of organisations and communities to realise their ambitions. The dinner will be help at State Library, Experimedia on 11 May 2017.
For more information, please contact Ms Dianna Moodley on (03) 9349 8113 or firstname.lastname@example.org.