This is a member only event.
|10:00am||Keynote: Susan Pascoe|
|10:30am||Panel Discussion: Volunteering in the post-COVID World|
About the keynote:
Susan Pascoe AM is Adjunct Professor at UWA. She Chairs the Australian Council for International Development, the Community Director’s Council, and the Advisory Board of Catholic Emergency Relief Australia. Adj Prof Pascoe is a Trustee of St John of God Health, a Board Member Mercy Health, and a member of the AICD’s NFP Chair’s group. She is Principal of consulting firm Kadisha Enterprises.
Adj Prof. Pascoe was the inaugural Commissioner for the ACNC. Prior to this appointment, she was Victorian State Services Authority Commissioner. She was as one of three Commissioners for the 2009 Royal Commission into Black Saturday Bushfires. Her earlier career was in education. Adj Prof Pascoe is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, the Institute of Public Administration of Australia and the College of Educators.
In 2020, volunteering was profoundly affected by COVID-19. This impact came on top of ongoing challenges and a decline in the likelihood of people volunteering. As 2020 ended, our panelists ask how well the volunteering sector has recovered and what are the challenges ahead?
- Bronwen Clark, Chairperson, Volunteering Victoria Board
- Kerry Uren, Volunteering Victoria Board Member
- Scott Miller, CEO, Volunteering Victoria
About National Volunteer Week (NVW)
National Volunteer Week (NVW) is the annual celebration to acknowledge the generous contribution of our nation’s volunteers. From 17–23 May 2021, thousands of events will be held across the country to say thank you to the 6 million Australians who volunteer their time.