Not for Profit meets Business Enterprise - A village in every suburb
Opportunity and financial sustainability can be realised when not-for- profits and businesses collaborate. Explore a future where cities and suburbs are more interconnected and where vibrant local communities enhance the wellbeing of all who belong to them.
Women's Community Centre SA will propose a model for a pilot project and explore the role of not-for- profits, big corporations, Local Governments and the community in creating that future.
Through a panel discussion, we will explore how the model could be implemented locally and replicated nationally, the challenges that would need to be overcome and the unexpected benefits that could arise from an innovative new approach.
This event is free. Registration is required.
|Julia Lester||Emcee||Former ABC Radio Presenter||Not for Profit|
Women's Community Centre SA
|Not for Profit|
|Tertiary/Higher Education & Business (Entrepreneurialism)|
Local Government Assoc. South Australia
National Skills Program Lead + State Director SA
|Business and Social Enterprise|
Head of Community Bank® Model Development
Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Ltd
Government Engagement Officer
Department of the Premier and Cabinet
Dr Eva Balan-Vnuk
Dr Eva Balan-Vnuk is State Director for Microsoft in South Australia and National Skills Program Lead where her role is to lead Microsoft Australia’s initiatives to help build Australia’s future-ready workforce with skills a...
Brett Manuel is a consultant with the Department of the Premier & Cabinet’s Better Together team – providing advice and training to the public sector.
With SA’s major rail projects he was on the ground with commu...
Kala’s driven by her passion to grow vibrant communities as the key to individual and community wellbeing. Multicultural and multilingual with a diverse career as a STEM teacher in Borneo, Head of IT Development in Germany a...
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