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Philanthropist Takes New Role at Think HQ


Monday, 6th August 2012 at 10:17 am
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Philanthropist, Anna Spraggett has been appointed the new Partnerships Manager for the communications agency specialising in social change campaigns for Not for Profits, philanthropy and CSR clients, Think HQ.

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Philanthropist Takes New Role at Think HQ
Monday, 6th August 2012 at 10:17 am

Philanthropist, Anna Spraggett has been appointed the new Partnerships Manager for the communications agency specialising in social change campaigns for Not for Profits, philanthropy and CSR clients, Think HQ.

The Director of Think HQ, Jen Sharpe has welcomed Anna on board in her new role.

“Anna is a resourceful thinker with a big picture vision. Her thorough knowledge of Australia’s philanthropy landscape will add a new dimension to services we can offer clients at Think HQ,” she said.

“She has a passion for working across all phases of developing social cause initiatives that inspire communities to create positive change, which is exactly what Think HQ aims for.

Prior to Think HQ, Spraggett was involved in the development of Australia’s first public health day treatment centre for adolescents, and The Foundation for Young Australians’ “Spark Fund” small grants program.

In addition to her role at Think HQ, Anna sits on the boards of The Butterfly Foundation, The Myer Foundation, and One Disease at a Time Foundation, and is a member of several committees including the Sidney Myer Fund Education Large Grants Committee.

Current Think HQ clients include the Women’s Leadership Institute Australia, Principles for Social Investment Secretariat, the Scanlon Foundation, the Australian Multicultural Foundation, the St Kilda Youth Service and the City of Port Phillip.




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