Australia21 is pleased to announce we have been joined by a new Executive Officer who brings outstanding experience and skills to our team.
Susan Davidson has held leadership positions within several organisations spanning the corporate, government and not-for-profit sectors. Most recently she worked with Diabetes Australia in Canberra, as General Manager of the National Diabetes Services Scheme which provides education, services, products and other information to more than 1.2 million Australians with diabetes. She has previously held management positions with Ernst and Young in Sydney, Frankfurt and Canberra, and with the Civil Aviation Authority in Canberra. She has also been a Board member of the Harmonie German Club in Canberra for the past nine years.
Susan studied Economics at Macquarie University and Health Science at Charles Sturt University.
“I have enjoyed working in the not-for-profit sector for the past ten years, making a positive contribution to improving people’s lives. I am excited to be joining the team at Australia21, with its focus on tackling the ‘big issues’, providing new perspectives and encouraging debate about complex issues to improve the future for all Australians. I look forward to contributing to Australia21’s future.”
Farewell to Anne Quinn
Australia21’s Board and staff extend their deep gratitude to Anne for her service and dedication over the past three years as Executive Officer. She has steered our organisation capably and calmly through a time of rapid change and reinvigoration. Her energy, optimism and pragmatism kept the rest of us focused and inspired and led to Australia21’s most productive period yet. We wish her the very best with her life beyond Australia21 and with her continuing commitment to the not-for-profit sector.