The next generation of Arts leaders are…

29.10.21 | Blog

The next generation of Arts leaders are…

Sync Leadership and Access Arts are excited to announce the 2021 cohort for the Sync Australia Leadership program.

Sync Australia welcomes the following arts leaders:

·         Jeremy Hawkes – QLD

·         Dr. Riona Tindall – QLD

·         Rebecca Hogan – NSW

·         Eugenie Lee – NSW

·         Liz Cooper – NSW

·         Richard Bell – NSW

·         Bedelia Lowrencev – NSW

·         Alison Paradoxx – SA

Founded over 10 years ago by Sarah Pickthall and Jo Verrent, two disabled leaders in the UK, the Sync Australia program is a new online leadership and coaching program exploring Deaf and disabled leadership in arts, culture, heritage and media.

The disability-led program combines leadership theory with one-on-one coaching and support for participants to reflect and progress their leadership potential.

“Never has there been a more important time to capitalise and invest in the natural skills and ingenuity of Deaf and disabled leadership than now. Working with this fantastic new cohort of ambitious empathic leaders in Australia, we aim to do just that”.

Sarah Pickthall – Co-Founder, Sync Leadership

Sync Australia is presented by Sync Leadership (UK) and Access Arts, supported by Australia Council for the Arts and the British Council UK/Australia Season 2021-22.

For More Information on the Cohort

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