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Staff of Organisational Member $30.00
Non-Member $60.00
About the Event: NSW - Champions for Change in the Not-for-Profit Sector

Are you a champion of change in the not-for-profit sector? What kind of sector do you want to create and be part of in this new decade? Is it a not-for-profit sector which is diverse and inclusive? What does diversity and inclusivity look like in today’s changing world?

Join us for our April professional breakfast where we will feature two dynamic speakers – Ms Ronni Kahn AO, CEO and Founder of OZHarvest and Ms Lilian Kikuvi, Change Maker and International Consultant. Together, Ronni and Lilian will share principles we can all apply to enable our not-for-profits and associated supplier business partners to access the benefits of diversity and inclusion, supported by research.

In this breakfast, you will learn:

  • A new perspective on the impact of diversity and inclusion on business
  • Five unique and powerful strategies that businesses can easily adopt to create a diverse and inclusive workforce
  • A blue print on how to achieve diversity and inclusion that will boost business performance

Join Ronni, Lilian, and over 100 of your fundraising colleagues for this transformational learning and networking experience.

Ronni Kahn AO
CEO & Founder
Driven by a determination to find purpose in her life, the simple act of rescuing good food and delivering it to people in need quickly caught on, and in 2004 OzHarvest was born.
Ronni Kahn is renowned for her boundless energy, infectious enthusiasm and not taking no for an answer! Her ability to inspire and motivate everyone she meets has seen OzHarvest grow from humble beginnings to become Australia’s leading food rescue organisation. Her journey in the fight against food waste became the feature of an independent film Food Fighter and in 2019 she was appointed Officer of the Order of Australia.
Ronni has been the recipient of the following awards in recognition of her achievements:
  • Officer of the Order of Australia (2019)
  • Boss Magazine Top 21 True Leaders (2017)
  • Gourmet Traveller’s Outstanding Contribution to Hospitality (2017)
  • Griffith University’s Doctor of the University (honoris causa)
  • Australian Local Hero of the Year (2010)
Lilian Kikuvi
Leadership Consultant
Lilian is a speaker, facilitator and consultant, who works with individuals and organisations to supercharge the gifts of diversity and inclusion in the workplace. She is a Kenyan- Australian who has worked with clients like Medibank Private, Western Bulldogs Australian Football League (AFL) club, Future Crunch, Culturally Diverse Women, Melton Council and Parkville Juvenile Corrections Centre.
She holds a postgraduate diploma in psychology from the University of Wollongong and is a qualified counsellor, trained at the Australian College of Applied Psychology. Her thirteen years in the insurance sector, and her lived cross-cultural experience of more than two decades, has fuelled an obsession with harnessing the extraordinary power of inclusivity in the 21st century. Lilian believes that what sets successful organisations or sectors apart is a real commitment to going beyond buzzwords and quotas to cultivate the true power of their people’s potential.
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