April 21st, 2022
Here are three of the latest appointments across the sector from this month.
Arminé Nalbandian appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Centre for Social Impact
The Centre for Social Impact (CSI) has announced Arminé Nalbandian as its new Chief Executive Officer. Her primary focus is to lead the organisation with innovation and integrity, providing an international lens on domestic issues. Previously, Arminé was Deputy Chief of Staff and Director of Policy to the New South Wales Premier and has worked with governments and not-for-profits advising on social policy and economic development strategies, including for the NSW Aboriginal Land Council, the National Competitiveness Foundation of Armenia and US state governments.
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Vanessa Parry appointed Executive Officer of The Sir Andrew and Lady Fairley Foundation
Vanessa Parry steps into the role with the aim of to driving the organisation into focusing on using arts culture to increase youth engagement. With more than 20 years’ experience in the philanthropic sector, Vanessa aims to grow arts and cultural programs locally. Vanessa's interest in the Foundation stemmed from her position as a place-based funder, where money raised supported the Shepparton community.
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Louise Kuramoto appointed Executive Officer of the Jack Brockhoff Foundation
Louise Kuramoto will be joining as Executive Officer of the Jack Brockhoff Foundation commencing in June 2022. Louise brings over 10 years' experience in the philanthropic sector. Most recently, Louise was the Head of Philanthropic Services at Australian Communities Foundation where she led significant growth in both client services and grantmaking and was responsible for the distribution of approximately $14m per annum. Prior to that Louise spent seven years with the R E Ross Trust and Myer Family Company, advising Trustees on effective and impactful distribution of funds and compliance across many philanthropic structures.