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David Crosbie and David Locke

Wednesday, 22nd February 2017 at 12:31 pm

David Locke, Assistant Commissioner, Charity Services
David Locke is the Assistant Commissioner, Charity Services, at the ACNC. In this role David is responsible for the provision and overall management of the ACNC’s one-to-one services to charities, the ACNC’s portal and communications. David previously held senior roles at the Charity Commission of England and Wales. David has served as a board member and volunteer on a number of not-for-profit organisations.

David Crosbie, CEO Community Council for Australia

David Crosbie has been a leader in Australia’s not-for-profit sector for over 20 years, where he has offered a leading voice on drug and alcohol recovery, community belonging and accountable and consultative policy. He has since been a critical player in building the impact and viability of the not-for-profit sector, becoming Chief Executive Officer of the Community Council for Australia (CCA) in 2011. David currently serves on the Advisory Boards of the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission and Impact Investing Australia. He is formerly CEO of the Mental Health Council of Australia, Odyssey House Victoria and the Alcohol and other Drugs Council of Australia. He has served on a range of other key national bodies including as Chair of the National Compact Expert Advisory Group, a member of the NFP Sector Reform Council, and the Community Response Task Group. David has been involved in various national projects and initiatives including being on the judging panel for PwC not-for-profit Transparency Awards, The Search Collaboration for Impact Award, and a board director of several not-for-profit organisations including the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education.

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