The Orijen team is proud to announce the recipients of the Mary Reiby Mentoring Scholarships for participation in the Executive Women’s Business (EWB) Future Female Leaders program. These scholarships are co-funded by Westpac (two scholarships) and Orijen (one scholarship).
These scholarships have been awarded to three outstanding candidates from three diverse industries:
- Leanne Townsend, CEO of the National Aboriginal Sporting Chance Academy (NASCA)
- Siena Balakrishnan, CEO/General Manager of Milk Crate Theatre
- Rosemary Bishop, CEO of Mamre Plains Ltd
Orijen extends their thanks to Larke Reimer, Director of Women’s Markets for Westpac and the Westpac Foundation, for her support of promising future female executive leaders through scholarship funding and hosting of the 2014 EWB Future Female Leaders Program.
Under the guidance of Elizabeth Crouch, Deputy Chancellor of Macquarie University and Chairperson on many public and private Boards, the scholarship recipients will join seven other executive women from the private and public sector in the 2014 EWB Future Female Leaders Program, launching at the end of March.
Applications are now closed for the March 2014 intake, however if you would like to join a waiting list for the next program, please fill in the Expression of Interest form below.
Pictured left to right: Jenny Morris, CEO of Orijen, Leanne Townsend, CEO of NASCA, Siena Balakrishnan, CEO of Milk Crate Theatre, Rosemary Bishop, CEO of Mamre Plains Ltd and Larke Reimer, Director of Women’s Markets for Westpac