Project Director – Dr. Nicky Howe
Nicky is passionate about building the capacity of individuals, organisations and the community. She is a leadership and management coach, with over 25 years senior management experience working in government and not-for-profit sectors in the areas of employment, education, welfare, health, aged care and community services. Nicky is the CEO of Southcare Inc. Nicky has been a part of a number of aged care groups sitting on various boards and being a member of several committees in the industry. She has sat on the Aged and Community Services Australia (ACSA) community aged care committee, is currently a part of the Leading Age Services Australia (LASA) WA Member Advisory Committee and sits on The University of Notre Dame School of Business Advisory Board.
Nicky holds a Doctor of Business Administration, Post Graduate in Public Sector Management and BA in Public Administration, as well as a Diploma of Ontological Coaching, Australian Institute of Company Directors Diploma.
Foundational Team Members
We acknowledge Foundational Team Members, Dr. Lucy Morris, CEO of Baptistcare and James Lawton, Director Executive Services, MercyCare who continue to support the Program as Community Partners.
Our Community Partners represent aged care, community, government and business organisations who sponsor the Engaging Young Leaders on Aged Care and Community Boards Program and provide leadership expertise, mentors and speakers for the Emerging Leaders Governance Project and leadership events. Read more about our Community Partners here.
Open Alumni Reference meetings are held through the year as an informal way for Alumni to reconnect and support the program. There are also events to enable professional networking and career development events for Alumni and other young professionals interested in leadership and governance.
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