Currently, the CFI Board has 5 Directors: Liz Skelton, Kerry Graham, Kyrstie Dunn, Sean Leong and Regina Hill.
Liz Skelton has been leading social change for 30 years globally, with a practice grounded in lived experience and specialising in adaptive leadership development for systems change. She leads practice in the transformative collaboration required across race and power,and lead the co-creation of the capacity building initiative- Deep Collaboration, with First Nations and other multicultural Australians. Liz is a co-founder of CFI.
Kerry Graham has worked in social impact for over 20 years where she has built the capacity of communities, corporations, governments, philanthropy and non-profit organisations to drive large-scale social change through collaboration and systems change. Kerry has held executive roles in national non-profits; and advised governments on social policy. She holds qualifications in public policy, law, social work, and community management. Kerry is a co-founder of CFI.
Kyrstie Dunn is passionate about creating a society that is inclusive and equitable. An experienced Business Manager of growing for-purpose organisations, Kyrstie has worked as Business Manager and General Manager for CFI, overseeing the operations, including commercial and financial management, business development, and operational management of service delivery teams.
Sean Leong has run some of Australia’s most innovative and fastest growing companies. In 2019, he helped build a community-led social enterprise that won the “Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific” award. Sean has held senior roles in finance and tech companies, having worked in Asia, United States and the UK. Sean specialises in risk, commercial contracts and community-driven systems change. He is a CPA with Commerce and Law degrees.
Regina Hill has worked as a consultant for over 15 years, globally and through her own consulting practices Effective Consulting and Effective Philanthropy. Regina has a blend of organisational governance, strategy, operations, change management, research and evaluation experience. Regina is a longstanding member of the CFI Network.
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