Meet our 2023 Emerging Leaders Scholarship Program recipients
AuSAE and the Adelaide Convention Centre is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2023 Emerging Leader Scholarship program.
The 2023 Emerging Leaders program aims to foster leadership qualities within the association sector. It supports emerging leaders and establishes a network of dedicated individuals prepared to elevate their organisations, ultimately contributing to the future success of the association sector.
It is our privilege to recognise and reward six (6) dynamic and skilled members of the association community have joined the sector's professional and personal development program, Emerging Leaders. The 2023 Emerging Leaders Scholarship program recipients are
Emerging Leaders 2023
Stephanie Carde is the State Liaison Officer at Fundraising Institute Australia. Known for her diplomacy and insight, she has been instrumental in building relationships with stakeholders and increasing volunteer engagement. Stephanie brings a profound commitment to effective communication, lending her expertise to create meaningful change to foster community connections within the sector.
Tuva Carli moved to Canberra from Sweden in 2019. She started working in the association sector in Jan 2023 as a communications officer and has recently elevated her role into a Communications Coordinator. Tuva has extensive experience within IT and Accessibility and enjoys utilising those skills in her current role at The Pharmacy Guild of Australia.
Alex is a Marketing Manager for the Cancer Nurses Society of Australia. She has 7 years of experience across communications, event management, campaign management, public relations and branding in both public and private sector organisations. She is passionate about cultivating strong stakeholder relationships through strategic communications and marketing initiatives and is committed to delivering meaningful campaigns that resonate with current and potential members to achieve long-term engagement and growth.
Jen Nicol commenced as Manager Professional Education with Speech Pathology Australia in January 2022 with a background in speech pathology, public health administration and education. Jen leads the team to deliver a range of high quality, contemporary education that extends the capabilities of members and advances the speech pathology profession.
Mikaela began her career in the criminal justice sector and has long advocated for social justice issues.
She has been with the Australian Railway Association as a Policy Officer for 8 months, and passionately advocates to advance the rail industries advocacy agenda in the Freight and Supply Chain space.
AuSAE and the Adelaide Convention Centre would like to acknowledge all the nominees for their submissions and dedication to the sector and congratulate the recipients of the 2023 Emerging Leaders Scholarship!
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