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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.’’

Environmental Philanthropy Award 2020 recipients

Funders: The Pace Foundation, with The NR Peace & Justice Fund, Lenko Family Foundation, Melliodora Fund, (a sub-fund of the Australian Communities Foundation), Sarah Brenan, (Hamer Family Fund), The Mullum Trust, Vicki Olsson.

For-purpose: Beyond Zero Foundation

Award partner: Australian Environmental Grantmakers Network


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