As we prepare for our third year of giving, dedicated philanthropists Ann Sherry AO and Michael Hogan will be sharing their insights into giving and the community sector in Australia.
Join us for an informal Q&A with Ann and Michael from 6pm, with the option to stay for dinner and continue the conversation afterwards at Appetito restaurant at the same venue.
Book your tickets now - attendance is free, with food and drinks available for purchase.
Ann Sherry AO is the Executive Chairman of Carnival Australia, and one of Australia's leading business executives with a career that spans Government, Banking and Cruise Tourism.
Ann is also the Chair of UNICEF Australia and currently holds non-executive roles with National Australia Bank, Sydney Airport, Palladium Group, Rugby Australia, Cape York Partnerships, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Infrastructure Victoria and Philanthropy Australia.
Ann devotes considerable energy to her passion for women’s rights, opportunity for Indigenous communities, philanthropy and to the arts. She was awarded an Order of Australia in 2004.
Michael Hogan has worked in corporate public relations companies for the past 15 years. Prior to this he held executive public affairs and communications roles in the Australian telecommunications industry and Australian cricket.
Michael is also active in the community, working with organisations devoted to quality of life improvements in conditions for people with an intellectual disability, as well as organisations fostering the creative arts and indigenous development. He is the Deputy Chair of the Sydney Community Foundation, of which Impact100 Sydney is a sub-fund.