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Philanthropy Program Celebrates 10 Years


15 March 2013 at 2:58 pm
Staff Reporter
To celebrate its tenth anniversary of teaching, the Asia Pacific Centre for Social Investment and Philanthropy (APCSIP) at Swinburne University of Technology has published a booklet highlighting the individual journeys of eleven of its students and alumni.

Staff Reporter | 15 March 2013 at 2:58 pm


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Philanthropy Program Celebrates 10 Years
15 March 2013 at 2:58 pm

To celebrate its tenth anniversary of teaching, the Asia Pacific Centre for Social Investment and Philanthropy (APCSIP) at Swinburne University of Technology has published a booklet highlighting the individual journeys of eleven of its students and alumni.

The booklet called 10 years, 11 stories shares the experiences of a small number of students from the Master of Social Investment and Philanthropy program taught at Swinburne.

“Over the course of the past ten years, more than 120 students have studied at the Asia-Pacific Centre for Social Investment and Philanthropy and have gone on to make their mark in the world of philanthropy in Australia,” Swinburne Chancellor Bill Scales said at the launch of the booklet.

“Some are directing their passion towards developing their own giving, while others are contributing to the professionalism of philanthropic practice.

“Each has a unique story to tell about how they are contributing to raising the level of practice in social investment in Australia,” he said.

Swinburne University says that APCSIP has been a pioneer in the delivery of education and research in social investment and philanthropy, offering courses in grantmaking, philanthropy and social investment.

The Centre is also a founding partner of the Centre for Social Impact and collaborates with a wide range of universities and networks globally.

Students and graduates of the Master in Social Investment and Philanthropy are featured in the booklet, including:

  • Andrew Blode, Family member and CEO of the Jack and Robert Smorgon Families Foundation and Director of the Escor Group
  • Lea Anne Bradley, Senior Charitable Trust Consultant, State Trustees Limited
  • Annabel Dulhunty, Board of Directors, Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation; Chair, Mundango Abroad
  • Dianne Embry, Philanthropy intern, Myer Foundation
  • Leslie Falkiner-Rose, Trustee, Rufkin-Falkiner Foundation; Strategist, Creative Philanthropy
  • Julia Keady, Founder and Chief Difference Maker, XFAXTOR Consulting Group
  • Loretta Mannix-Fell, Executive Officer, Andyinc Foundation; Executive Officer, The John Button Foundation
  • Belinda Morrissey, Grantmaking and Evaluation Manager, Australian Philanthropic Services
  • David Moutou, Local Government community development in Western Sydney
  • Julie Reilly, CEO The Australian Women Donors Network; Director of the Board of The Australian Childhood Foundation
  • Stacey Thomas, Manager Research, The Myer Family Group


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