Bec Johnson, Co-Founder, Type 1 Diabetes Family Centre

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Bec Johnson is the Co-Founder and previous CEO of Type 1 Diabetes Family Centre. In 2021, Bec was the recipient of the Stanford Australia Foundation Scholarship.

Bec is passionate about helping people with diabetes, commencing as CEO of ype 1 Diabetes Family Centre in 2015.

Bec holds qualifications in Law and Arts (UWA), a Masters in Public Health (USyd), and a Diploma of Business (Governance). Bec is an Associate Fellow of the Australasian College of Health Services Management, a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Community Directors and a Fellow of Leadership WA.

She is the only Australian to have been selected as one of the 100 Fellows of the global Facebook Community Leadership Program.

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Stanford Australia Foundation Scholarship - Stanford Australia Foundation (2021)

The Stanford Graduate School of Business Executive Program for Non-Profit Leaders was energising, enlightening and intense. The curriculum and faculty were brilliant and provided an elegant and effective mix of theory, activities that pushed us out of our comfort zones, and practical tools we could take home and implement straight away. We covered a huge amount of ground, including strategy, communication, storytelling, good decision-making, effective collaboration, crisis management, scaling, and blocking bias - I’m using my new insights and information every day. The program also gave me connections with 62 intelligent, energetic leaders who are as passionate about their causes as I am about mine. Meeting and learning from them gave me a shot of energy that I appreciated deeply. We are in regular contact via WhatsApp and LinkedIn groups, sharing notes, thoughts, questions, answers, and resources. I now have a remarkable and inspiring support network I feel I could pick up the phone to anywhere in the world and ask for help and advice.

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