Liz has a strong background in Leadership and Management in the NFP sector, over the past 3 decades she has worked as a CEO, Deputy CEO-Strategy, COO and manager in Community Organisations and earlier in State Government.
More recently Liz has worked with Leadership Victoria facilitating leadership programs for emerging leaders, people with a disability, and women from CALD and Aboriginal backgrounds. Liz specialized in NFP governance training.
As a trained group facilitator Liz works with all kinds of work groups including LGA’s, Community Organisations and NFPs. Liz is skilled at harnessing the power and wisdom in groups, helping them recognise their strengths and surfacing their weaknesses and then leading the group through to identifying actions to put into place in order to thrive.
Throughout her career Liz has helped people and teams to aim for their best in order for them to help their clients achieve their best. She believes in building on the strengths you already have, achieving the best outcomes when your group works well together.
Liz has extensive experience in leading teams through strategic and operational planning processes from service delivery teams through to Boards of Directors.
Liz has qualifications in Disability, Business and Leadership. She undertook the Williamson Community Leadership Program with Leadership Victoria in 2002 and received a scholarship from the Harvard Club of Victoria in 2008 to undertake the short course at Harvard in Strategic Perspectives in Not for Profit Management. In 2012 Liz completed the Advanced Diploma of Group Facilitation with the Groupwork Centre.