Lauren Osbich, Board Director and Board Secretary of the Prisoners’ Aid Association NSW (PAA) and Board Director of McDonald’s College

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Lauren Osbich is the Board Director and Board Secretary of the Prisoners’ Aid Association NSW (PAA) and Board Director of McDonald’s College. In 2019, Lauren was the recipient of the Australian Institute of Company Directors Foundations for NFP Directors Scholarship.

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