As an experienced People, Culture and Development professional, Lorraine Salloum has a proven record in planning and leading comprehensive people and performance strategies to support organisational goals.
She has demonstrated success driving organisational performance through culture change programs. Lorraine is passionate about organisational development and producing pragmatic solutions that make a difference.
She took part in Orijen’s Executive Women’s Business Future Leaders Program in 2012-13, and has this to say:

“I took part in the Executive Women’s Business Future Leaders Program in 2012/13 and found it to provide high-value, effective executive peer mentoring . I would recommend this program, both from a personal level, and as a HR professional for organisations looking for effective programs to build a strong pipeline of female executive talent.

Personally, I clarified my own career values, learnt from insights from diverse leaders experiences and grew in my understanding in how to ‘work the system’ without compromising my own integrity.

As a result, I believe I have picked up strategies to become a more effective, confident and authentic leader and would highly recommend this program, Orijen and its founder Jenny Morris.”

With the help of skills developed through the Future Leaders Program, Lorraine will soon be moving onto a new role with the Department of Family and Community Services.

Congratulations Lorraine!