To celebrate this milestone, we are inviting members to learn from the experience of Lendlease, which has set out to become a corporate leader in reconciliation. Cath Brokenborough GAICD, Lendlease's Head of Indigenous Engagement, and Nicola Wakefield Evans FAICD, a non-executive director of Lendlease and the AICD, will talk about why the ASX-listed property group was an early adopter in the space, their experience to date and key learnings from the program. They will be joined on the panel by Leanne Townsend, CEO of National Aboriginal Sporting Chance Academy and a custodian of Lendlease's Young Indigenous Pathways Program.
Lendlease launched its first RAP in 2011 and is now working to meet the goals and targets of the company’s updated Elevate RAP (2016-2018). Reconciliation Australia approves Elevate RAPs for organisations that have a proven track record of embedding effective RAP initiatives in their organisation and are ready to take on a leadership position to advance national reconciliation.
As places are limited we recommend registering early to avoid disappointment.
- Nicola Wakefield-Evans FAICD, Independent Non-Executive Director, Lendlease and AICD
- Cath Brokenborough GAICD, Head of Indigenous Engagement and Reconciliation, Lendlease
- Leanne Townsend, CEO, National Aboriginal Sporting Chance Academy, custodian Leandlease Young Indigenous Pathways Program.
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