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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 »

Boorndawan Willam Aboriginal Healing Service (BWAHS) searches for new executive manager

For almost 13 years, Boorndawan Willam Aboriginal Healing Service (BWAHS) in Melbourne’s Eastern Metropolitan Region has been providing invaluable support services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander individuals and families impacted by traumatic family violence. The specialist organisation offers a range of dedicated services from early intervention programs and intensive case management to integrated family… Read more »

NGO Recruitment welcomes new Executive Recruitment Consultant

NGO Recruitment would like to extend a warm welcome to Lisa Morell to our Sydney executive recruitment team. Lisa brings over 15 years recruitment experience having worked for boutique recruitment companies in both the commercial and not-for-profit sectors. Lisa now recruits a broad range of c-suite, executive, finance, operational roles for some of Australia’s top… 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 »

Twilight Aged Care starts search for new CEO

Twilight Aged Care is one of Sydney’s longest-standing boutique aged care providers. Established in 1915 by a group of influential women, the home initially provided accommodation for educated, professional women who needed quality care in their twilight years. Over a century later, Twilight Aged Care continues to be highly respected for its high quality residential… Read more »

National LGBTI Health Alliance starts search for new Executive Director

From humble beginnings as a collection of community-based organisations with an HIV/AIDS focus, the National LGBTI Health Alliance has grown to become one of the first of its kind around the world. With over 170 members nationwide, the national peak body is focused on improving the health outcomes of LGBTI people and populations right across… Read more »

Connecting Home starts search for new CEO

New leader to address the future needs of the Stolen Generations and their families As the Victorian agency representing the interests of the Stolen Generations and their families, Connecting Home has a proud 20-year history of supporting survivors and coordinating services to address their unique needs. And this year, Connecting Home is looking to appoint… 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 »

SNAICC starts search for new Indigenous CEO

As the national peak body representing the interests of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, SNAICC National Voice for Our Children has a proud 40-year track record working with Indigenous communities, NGOs, government agencies and service providers to improve the safety, development and wellbeing of our children. In 2018, SNAICC is hoping to build on… Read more »

NGO Recruitment opens Asia Pacific office

NGO Recruitment has opened an Asia Pacific office based in Tokyo, Japan, with senior NGO Recruitment consultant Damian Penston relocating from Sydney to head up the new office. Damian will spend time visiting and working with clients across the region. “As a major recruitment partner for the NGO sector in Asia Pacific, we’re already highly… 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 »