DONOR IMPACT

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Kirsten Paisley (SEMBA 2015), Deputy Director, National Gallery of Australia

Melbourne Business School has a unique ability to change the lives of individuals, organisations and communities. We do not do this alone but with the support and contribution of our alumni, donors, students, staff and faculty, who deepen and extend our impact.

The latest Impact Report outlines how faculty research is helping the Shepparton community reimagine its future, collaboration between doctors and MBA and engineering students is improving infant health and a scholarship empowered Kirsten Paisley to take on the Deputy Director role at the National Gallery of Australia.

You will find plenty more inspiring stories, made possible by our impact-focused donors, in all our reports:

Impact Report 2016
Donor Report 2015
Donor Report ​2014
Donor Report 2013
Donor Report 2012

Reimagining the future


“Their work has been really important. They came in and helped us significantly achieve things we wouldn’t have been able to do on our own – not necessarily always because it was financial, but just not having the capacity.”

Felicia Dean, Chair, Kiaela Arts, Shepparton

Thanks to you

“We have had wonderfully generous donations from people in the past to set up the School, and, to remain globally competitive and relevant, it’s important to continue building our philanthropic support to provide scholarships and world-class resources for our students and attract high-quality academics for teaching and research."

Ross Barker (MBA 1980), John Clemenger Memorial Prize, 1980, Dean’s Circle Lifetime Patron, Chairman, MBS Board, Managing Director, Australian Foundation Investment Co.