Liz brings over 20 years’ experience in social impact, philanthropy and leadership development, to the role of Chief Executive Officer at the Menzies Foundation. She has worked across the not-for-profit, university, government and private sectors, including setting up her own businesses.
Liz was instrumental in establishing and managing both the Centre for Ethical Leadership and the Asia Pacific Centre for Social Impact during her six years with the Melbourne Business School at the University of Melbourne.
She also worked as a higher education advisor to former Victorian Premier, Ted Baillieu and managed a $5million grant making program during her six years as Grant Executive of the Helen Macpherson Smith Trust.
Liz was awarded a research fellowship to investigate best practice in philanthropy, working alongside The Trust Company philanthropy team to develop the Engaged Philanthropy model. This work culminated in the national launch of the Best Practice in Philanthropy Report in 2018, in partnership with Philanthropy Australia.
Her qualifications include a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Melbourne, a Graduate Diploma of Management (Industrial Relations) from Victoria University and a Master of Public Policy from Deakin University.
Contact Liz by email email@example.com or mobile 0416 112 703.
This committee was formed in 2014 to ensure the Menzies Foundation has a robust and transparent process to appoint honorary Directors to the Board.
The members of the Appointments and Governance Committee are:
This committee meets four times a year to make strategic decisions as to the management of the Foundation's corpus. The committee reports to the Board, via the Treasurer.
The members of the Audit and Investment Committee are:
Council members are appointments made by the Board of Directors to acknowledge their significant contribution to either the establishment, governance or operations of the Menzies Foundation. We are grateful for their extensive expertise and support over many years. Council are members are eligible to vote at the Annual General Meeting.