Creating Future Leaders Series Seminar 2

Posted By on Apr 30, 2014


Attention all 85 Broads members!

The Faculty of Business and Economics is proud to present the second installment of its Creating Future Leaders Series with guest speaker Melodie Rosevear, CEO of Teach for Australia, on Tuesday 6 May, 2014.

Title: ‘Melodie Potts Rosevear: Social Entrepreneur & Education Change-maker’
Date:
Tuesday, 6 May
Time: 5:30 – 6:30pm (followed by a 30 minute networking event, refreshments will be provided)
Venue: Lecture Theatre 1, Level 1, the Spot, 198 Berkeley Street

Registrations Essential: https://careersonline.unimelb.edu.au/Form.aspx?id=712459

Seminar Overview:

Melodie will share her evolution as a change maker: from consultant with the Boston Consulting Group through to social entrepreneur, founding and leading Teach for Australia (TFA), a high-profile not-for-profit that addresses educational disadvantage and empowers a new generation of change makers. Learn how you, too, can become a change maker and address pressing social issues.

MPR photoMelodie Potts Rosevear founded Teach for Australia (TFA) after recognising the need for leadership in education.

Prior to TFA, Melodie was a founding staff member of the Cape York Institute for Policy and Leadership in Queensland, helping advance the Institute’s ambitious reform agenda through policy research, community engagement and the establishment of operational and business models.

Previously, Melodie was a consultant with Boston Consulting Group, where she worked on a variety of corporate and social projects, including an achievement gap reduction and school reconfiguration project for an urban school district.

Join us at this special seminar to be inspired by a dynamic, forward thinking social entrepreneur and Australian business leader.