Louisa Graham, CEO

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Louisa Graham is the Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Scholarships Foundation. Louisa has extensive experience in not-for-profit management and governance. She began her career in journalism at Network Ten and was most recently Chief Executive Officer of The Walkley Foundation for Journalism.

She has worked in senior leadership roles for the Australian Institute of International Affairs, the Sydney Writers’ Festival and UNWomen, and has led awareness campaigns for White Ribbon Day and the Australian Republic Movement.

Louisa is on the board of the Community Broadcasters Association of Australia. She has also served on the boards of the Alliance for Journalists’ Freedom, Media Diversity Australia, Taikoz and the Copyright Council. Louisa is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and is passionate about the for-purpose sector.

Louisa commenced with the Australian Scholarships Foundation in May 2022.

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