Congrats to the scholarship winners of the McKinsey Executive Leadership Program for 2022
The McKinsey Executive Leadership Program is run for over 200 executives from the private, public, NFP and social sectors across Australia. This year over 30 scholarships have been awarded to not-for-profit executive leaders to join this leadership development program.
The program is offered in two, one-week residential blocks plus remote learning and coaching sessions. Week one commences in May 2022.
We wish all the winners the very best with their studies and know they will enjoy the opportunity to break from their busy schedules to learn with peers whilst gaining new perspectives and practices to take back to their teams.
The 2022 recipients include:
- John Bruning, CEO, Australasian College of Paramedicine Ltd
- Philippa Englund, Director, Members and Partners, Queensland Council of Social Service
- Simone Zell Manager, Community Services Development, Tasmanian Council Of Social Service Inc
- Sue Regan, Deputy CEO and Policy Director, Volunteering Australia
- Kerri Glasscock, CEO, The Sydney Fringe Inc
- Leisa Sadler, CEO, Dress For Success Sydney
- Jason Juretic, Chief Executive Officer, Stepping Stone House
- Christopher Mulcahy, CEO and Founder, Enablr Fundraising
- Andy Moore, Chief Executive Officer, Hello Sunday Morning
- Andrew Harvey, Chief Executive Officer, Community Options Australia Ltd
- Lauren Bradley, Principal – Quality Outcomes, Australian Federations of AIDS Organisations (AFAO)
- Gennie Sheer, Chief Operating Officer, R U OK? Limited
- Jonathon Peatfield, CEO, Life Education NSW/ACT
- Sharon McGowan, CEO, National Stroke Foundation
- Nicole Loughron, Chief Operating Officer, Kids First Australia
- Janina Jancu, Director of Operations, ReachOut Australia
- James Hattam, Chief Executive Officer, Tasmanian Land Conservancy
- Caterina Giorgi, Chief Executive Officer, Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education
- Judith Abbott, Chief Executive Officer, Carers Victoria Ltd
- Eva Rabanal, GM Operations and CEO successor, The Bread and Butter Project
- Sharyn Broer, Chief Executive Officer, Meals on Wheels (SA) Inc
- Birgitte Maibom, CEO, Learning Links
- Kathy Packenas, General Manager, Marketing, Communications and Engagement (currently Acting CEO), Asthma Australia
- Sarah Gooderham, Movement director, Amnesty International Australia
- Geoffrey Evans, CEO, Disaster Relief Australia
- Leanne Turner, Chief Operating Officer, Yooralla
- Gavin Potter, General Manager, Community Housing Limited
- Theresa Ruig, Volunteer Partnerships, Director, Vision Australia
- Janice Brown, Chief Financial Officer & Company Secretary, Yooralla
- Shereena-Lee van de Berkt, Head of Domestic HR, Medecins Sans Frontieres
- Anthea Ingram, Head Of Partnerships and Technical Services, Save The Children Australia
Congrats everyone, enjoy your studies.
Read more about the McKinsey Executive Leadership Program scholarships for not-for-profit leaders here.
McKinsey Young Leaders Forum – 2022
There are also 100 places available to join the McKinsey Young Leaders Forum 2022 opening on 23 May 2022. Read more.
More than 400 scholarships are planned for 2022, read more on current scholarships open for applications.
There were 414 scholarship recipients in 2021. Read full details of our scholarships offered in 2021 and winners.
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