Simon Moen (Partner), Elizabeth Tylich (Partner), Alana Schwartz (Associate) and Bianca McGoldrick (Special Counsel).
Jackson McDonald is proud to join as a Community Partner of the Engaging Young Leaders on Aged Care and Community Boards program.
As a Western Australian firm, Jackson McDonald has a long and proud history of actively engaging in the community within which we operate. We take our social licence to operate seriously and ensure that we dedicate our resources and expertise to projects which will benefit our community.
We are at the cutting edge of the social enterprise, not-for-profit and aged care sectors. This perfectly aligns us with the vision, mission and goals of the EYLACCB program.
We have committed as a Community Partner for a three year period and look forward to encouraging other corporate partners to get on board.
Partner, Jackson McDonald
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