Introducing our new Coaches for the Spring Program 2022

We are excited to announce two coaches, Alyce Schotte and Aish Srinivas, who will be joining us for the ELGP Spring program specifically for young women who identify as LGBTIQ+* to participate (*This means LGBTIQ+ women who identify or may be perceived as women in the workplace. This includes cisgender women, transgender women, and non-binary people who may be perceived as female or feminine regardless of their gender identities).  They will play an important support role during the program for participants. 

Find out more about our new coaches below: 

Alyce Schotte

Alyce is the Pride in Diversity WA/SA/NT Relationship Manager, in the role since November 2020 creating connections and leading work with partner organisations to strengthen policy, process and cultural improvements.

She is a previous Chairperson and Treasurer with Transfolk of WA and also experience as Chair of the Mercy College Parents and Friends Council and a seat on the school board from that role.

Living a gender diverse experience, history and visibility in the corporate and community spheres enables connections for people and organisations through storytelling and strategic education to build awareness and understanding of the challenges and value in doing inclusion better.



Aish Srinivas

Aish feels very lucky to live and work on Whadjuk Noongar Boodjar. She’s all about empowering diverse and inclusive teams to be at their best. Her involvement within the WA community and focus on the intersection between business, technology & social impact led Aish to be a recipient of the Women in Technology WA Tech [+] 20 Award for 2020, and nominated for the Business News 40 under 40 Award for 2021.

While Aish is passionate about everything under the social impact umbrella, she tends to focus on education, wealth inequality, gender equity, climate justice, mental health and human rights. She has a particularly strong relationship with United Way West Australia, a non-profit devoted to tackling entrenched community issues. With UWWA, she is on the Board and sits on their Finance, Risk, Audit & Compliance sub-committee as they navigate the challenging ecosystem of governance for purposeful organisations.


Stay tuned

Next week we announce the participants of the upcoming Emerging Leaders in Governance Program.  In the meantime, register to join us for the breakfast launch on the 17 August here. 

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