Annual Nonprofit Fellowship Awards Luncheon and Leadership Address
Presentation of Fellowships
by Mr Hugo Llorens, Consul General, the United States of America
Leadership Address guest speaker
Ms Maile Carnegie
Group Executive Digital Banking, ANZ Bank (commencing July 2016)
"How Google and the digital age is re-shaping philanthropy."
Date: Wednesday 22 June 2016
Time: 11:45 am for 12 pm start until 2 pm
Venue: Union Club, 25 Bent Street, Sydney
Price: $80.00, includes 2 course lunch & drinks
Dress: Jacket & Tie or equiv (sorry no exceptions)
Maile Carnegie is starting a new role in July 2016 as the Group Executive responsible for Digital Banking, Innovation and Marketing at the ANZ Bank.
Previously Ms Carnegie was Google's Managing Director for Australia/New Zealand from 2013 to 2016. Prior to this Ms Carnegie was Managing Director of Procter and Gamble Australia/New Zealand. Ms Carnegie worked at Procter and Gamble for over 20 years where she ran multiple billion dollar businesses.
She has extensive international experience and has lived and worked in North America and Asia.
Ms Carnegie is currently on the board of Innovation and Science Australia. She has previously held numerous board position including the Chair of the Innovation committee of the Business Council of Australia, the Vice Chair of the ASIC Advisory Board and an advisory board member of the University of Technology Sydney (UTS).
Ms Carnegie holds a degree in Business Administration in Finance, Economics and Marketing from the University of Technology, Sydney. She is married to Charles Carnegie with whom she is actively involved in environmental and children’s charities. She has 2 teenage sons. Ms Carnegie’s husband and father-in-law, Sir Roderick Carnegie, both attended Harvard Business School.
About the Harvard Club of Australia Nonprofit Fellowship
The Nonprofit Fellowship Program was founded in 2001 by Club member and Councillor Ted Blamey, and is generously supported by Founding Patrons Bill and Lea Ferris. The Fellowship enables us to send two nonprofit CEOs from the Australian community to the landmark Harvard course, Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management. To date, there have been 36 recipients of the Fellowship.