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Interview Series, part 6: Tony Warner, CEO, The Humour Foundation

The Humour Foundation is a charity dedicated to promoting and delivering the health benefits of humour. It incorporates clown doctors, elder clowns, laughter boss and laughter works and it spreads fun and laughter to people in need across Australia, improving the quality of life for people in hospitals, health and aged care facilities. Tony Warner… Read more »

Interview Series, part 5: Emma Adams, Victorian Manager, NGO Recruitment

With over nine years’ education, welfare to work and not-for-profit sector recruitment experience, Emma Adams is widely considered to be one of the leading recruitment consultants of fundraising executives in Australia. She’s also making a huge impact on the leadership success of leading national NFPs, having recently placed the CEOs at Youth Projects and The… Read more »

Interview Series, part 3:  Jane Crowe, Executive Director, Community Options Australia

When healthcare executive Jane Crowe joined Community Options Australia in 2016 as its new Executive Director, she was ready for a new and rewarding challenge. Two years on, Crowe has rebuilt the not-for-profit’s quality framework, achieved financial sustainability and introduced a new business model, ready for future growth. We talk to her about her career… Read more »

Interview Series, part 2: We talk fundraising with Claudia Steiner, Little Wings

Little Wings is a small not-for-profit with a huge heart. Based in Bankstown Airport in Sydney, the charity provides flights and transport services to regional children needing medical treatment across the Sydney and Newcastle hospital networks. Business development professional, Claudia Steiner, joined Little Wings in September last year from the corporate sector. And she hasn’t… Read more »

Interview Series, part 1: Mark Brooke, CEO, HeartKids

When Mark Brooke accepted the new national CEO role of HeartKids, an inspiring not-for-profit solely dedicated to improving the lives of children with congenital heart disease, he was ready for a challenge. After 35 years of federation, six state-based organisations were merging into one, with a complete restructure and new leadership team, to help grow… Read more »