CONGRATULATIONS to all the Finalists and Nominees of the Difference Maker Diversity Awards

What are the Difference Maker Diversity Awards?

Our Difference Maker Diversity Awards is a State award that looks for and recognises a board and individual director in the WA Not for Profit sector who are really seeking to engage with people who bring a different perspective.

The Difference Maker Diversity Awards highlight those who have taken action, those who are showing exceptional leadership, courage and commitment in promoting diversity to achieve better governance outcomes for their organisation and society. These awards generated applications from high caliber directors across the state and from those applications we undertook an extensive selection process.  

It give us great delight to advise the following people and organisations are finalists.

Individual Award Finalists 2019

Jane Chilcott

Kath Snell

Louise Forster

Not-For-Profit Award Finalists 2019

Amaroo Village

Palmerston

Health Consumers Council

The 2019 winners will be announced at the State of the Nation event on 12th June. Thank you for all the nominations for this award.

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