ELGP 2016 Projects

We have reached graduation time of another Emerging Leaders in Governance program.  Below is a video snapshot of the participants of the 2016 cohort. 

You can check out their biographies here.

They have also worked very hard to create five exceptional projects that will be added to the online resource toolkit.  You may download and distribute them here.

Driving Diversity

Aged Care in Australia – reduced size

ELGP Group Project_Board Chairs

Governance Resource List – Marketing Toolkit

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Well done to participants.  Your dedication, expertise and passion for the community sector is inspiring. I know you will make exceptional board directors.

Alicia Curtis

Program Facilitator

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