Actions and Detail Panel
Innovating in Government - Canberra Launch
Thu. 16 March 2017, 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm AEDT
Based upon a series of interviews, workshops and discussions held across Australia, Hacking the Bureaucracy is a both report and guide designed to be an invaluable resource for individuals working in the public service to make change in their workplace and drive innovation.
The launch will feature a full presentation by the report's authors, Andrew Apostola and Simon Goodrich, and will be introduced by a speaker Cindy Mitchell, from University of Canberra. We'll be hosted by Hotel Hotel, presenting in the Mosaic Room.
Drinks and canapes, ideas and inspiration will be provided.
Time: 6:30 PM, for 7:00-8:00 PM Presentation
If you haven't yet, you can download the report beforehand.
Spots are limited so make sure to sign up.
INTRODUCTORY SPEAKER - CINDY MITCHELL
Cindy is the Social Impact Strategist at University of Canberra, responsible for the development of a social enterprise support program for new social enterprises and for aspiring social entrepreneurs in Canberra and the region. Cindy has worked as a venture capital investment manager and in senior management roles at large corporate organisations in Australia and in the United States. She has also worked as a Policy Advisor and Senior Analyst in the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet and Assistant Director in the Department of Immigration and Border Protection. She is an experienced facilitator, trainer and networker who excels in connecting people and ideas to solve complex problems. Cindy was the Founder and CEO of No Sweat Fashions, a not for profit social enterprise designed to create training, employment and work experience opportunities for migrant and refugees settling in Canberra. She is a passionate advocate for civil society and the social enterprise and social impact investment movements globally.
We are very excited to have Cindy introduce the night and speak about her own experiences with innovation and government.