August 24th, 2017
Jenna Liang, State Manager (NSW & ACT) and New Gen Manager, will be leaving us for greener pastures as she embarks on a new journey in her already esteemed career in philanthropy. Jenna has accepted a regional Asia role in philanthropy based out of Hong Kong.
Jenna joined us 2 years ago as the New Gen Program Manager. A highlight of her work has been the Philanthropy Accelerator Program which she has been piloting, with great success, in Sydney this year. She went on to accept the NSW and ACT State Manager role in 2017 and has led a program of engaging events and networking opportunities since then.
PA and New Gen members have been fortunate to have benefited from Jenna’s deep knowledge of philanthropy and her absolute passion and commitment to the sector for these 2 years. Her last day with us will be 15 September.
Jenna has asked us to invite you to connect with her on LinkedIn to keep in touch.
We are recruiting for Jenna’s positions so please share the job posting amongst your networks.
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