It’s been a number of months in progress, but the new Community Services Reform Council is here and ready to tackle the challenges and opportunities of reform across the Industry.
It’s a collective of Industry leaders from across the country who are passionate about seeing the Community Services Industry being the best version of itself, sustainable and successful.
These leaders will provide strategic advice, knowledge, insights and recommendations to the CSIA Board to help shape policy.
CSIA CEO, Belinda Drew, says that the establishment of the Council represents a new way of drawing on thought leadership in the Community Services Industry and further shaping the Community Services Industry Alliance’s (CSIA) approach to Industry leadership, reform and transformation.
The group is made up of 12 Industry leaders from across the Australia and is lead by Heather Watson as the Council’s Chair.
IMAGE – LEFT TO RIGHT: Doug Taylor, David Swain, Jo Cavanagh, Amanda Mather, Mick Austin, Kathryn Quintel, Elisabeth Shaw, Heather Watson (Chair), Alisa Hall, Ivan Frkovic, Carolyn Curtis – Absent: Ricki Jeffery
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