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Seven high profile Western Australians from across the media, social and medical sectors will share their vision for the State’s future at an upcoming panel discussion.
Taking place on Friday 22 July, Imagining Western Australia is part of the broader Social Impact Festival, hosted by the Centre for Social Impact at the UWA Business School.
Imagining Western Australia panellists will include:
- Fiona Wood AM, Director of the Burns Service of Western Australia at Royal Perth Hospital
- Irina Cattalini, CEO of the WA Council of Social Services
- Fred Chaney AO, former Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Minister for Social Security
- Ashlee Harrison, Founder and CEO of zero2hero and 2016 Western Australian Youth Award winner
- James Lush, ABC Perth breakfast presenter
- Jill Milroy, Dean of UWA’s School of Indigenous Studies
- Terri-Ann White, Director of UWA Publishing
The Social Impact Festival is one of the biggest social impact events in Australia, running over seven days, featuring over 100 speakers and comprising 38 events.
The festival is sponsored Lotterywest, as well as the Western Australian Government Department of Local Government and Communities, Corrs Chambers Westgarth and Mitsubishi Australia Ltd. The Festival’s media partner is Business News, and its Community Partners are Anglicare WA, BHP Billiton, The Difference Incubator, enkel, Impact Seed, Knowledge Society, Pollinators, Social Ventures Australia, Spacecubed, Ultimo Catering and Woodside.
Imagining Western Australia will take place at the UWA Business School on Friday 22 July at 6pm. Tickets are available here for $20.