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Cranlana Centre announces seven new scholars

February 14th, 2020

Seven individuals working in the not-for-profit, start-up, culture and community sector are the newest scholars in the Cranlana Centre for Ethical Leadership program.

Cranlana has announced the scholarship recipients are:

  • Henry Sherrell, independent migration policy and research consultant.
  • Josh Jones, founder, Just Be Nice project
  • Linh Do, branch manager, Australia and the Pacific, The Climate Reality Project
  • Mikhara Ramsing, founder Ethnic LGBTQ+
  • Sifatullah Ufat, interpreter, Department of Home Affairs (Jim and Di Carlton scholarship)
  • Tracy Collier, head of Strategy and Programs, Thriving Communities Partnership (Anna Spraggett scholarship)

Vincent Fairfax Fellowship scholarship:

  • Hayley Parks, executive general manager – Strategy, Legal and Governance, Housing Choices Australia

The Cranlana Centre offers a range of immersive leadership programs that develop the ethical decision-making skills of the nation’s leaders. 

Cranlana Centre’s CEO Vanessa Pigrum said: “These outstanding leaders represent a broad range of sectors and interests and their lived experience will contribute to the rich diversity of discussion which is central to Cranlana Centre’s programs.’’

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