Navigating Disruption in the Not for Profit Sector in Australia | Tenant Talks
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In a post-pandemic world, with the majority working from home, why do you actually need an office? What will be its key uses? What processes have changed during Covid19 that have brought new habits not to be lost?

Learn from the industry’s top experts and how they are planning for the future of space in a post-pandemic world.

March 11th 2021, 11:00am AEDT


Free, RSVP Required

Featured Panelists

John Hutcheson

Chief Executive Officer | Legacy Clubs Services

John Hutcheson joined the Legacy family initially as the Chief Operating Officer Sydney Legacy Club before taking up his current role as Chief Executive Officer Legacy Clubs Services in November 2015.
Legacy Clubs Services is a Company limited by guarantee that has been established to support New South Wales based Legacy Clubs to continue to provide counseling, pension advocacy, welfare support, financial assistance and social support to Legacy beneficiaries.
Prior to working for Legacy John served in the Australian Army for 32 years in a military career that involved a wide range of regimental, representational (Army Adviser at the Australian High Commission in London), instructional (Director of Studies at the Australian Command and Staff College in Canberra), senior executive level appointments (Director of Operations in Army Headquarters), and led two overseas military missions in Timor Leste and the Solomon Islands.
John is a Director on the Board of the Returned & Services League (New South Wales), and is committed to achieving the best outcomes for the families of Defence personnel that have died, been severely physically incapacitated or are dealing with mental health issues as a result of their service.

Holly Masters

Chief Executive Officer |McGrath Foundation

Holly joined the McGrath Foundation in October 2017, after working in the UK and across the Asia Pacific region. Holly has a wealth of experience across FMCG, retail, beauty, media and telecommunications sectors, building and developing brands globally. Most recently, she worked for Estée Lauder Companies where she held a variety of roles over 12 years including, Vice President General Manager of Clinique Asia Pacific, based in Hong Kong.
Previously, Holly led brands such as Jo Malone London, La Mer and Molton Brown across Australia and co-founded mission21, a marketing and communications agency in London.
Today Holly manages a team of passionate, skilled professionals at the McGrath Foundation. She is responsible for leading the McGrath Foundation into a new phase of growth in order to deliver on the Mission of ensuring every individual experiencing breast cancer has access to the support of a McGrath Breast Care Nurse, for free wherever they live in Australia.

Laurie Leigh

Chief Executive Officer | RSL Lifecare

Laurie Leigh has more than 25 years’ experience in the healthcare industry, specializing in service delivery, standards, safety and quality and innovation.
She has worked both as clinician and manager with expertise in aged care, mental health and For-Purpose organizations.
Laurie has had a distinguished career with the Australian Council on Healthcare Standards, The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health, the Redfern Aboriginal Medical Service, and most recently with aged care provider The Whiddon Group as Deputy CEO and Chief Operating Officer.
Laurie joined RSL LifeCare in 2018 where she oversees residential care, care in the home, retirement services and veteran services throughout NSW and ACT for over 7,500 senior Australians and younger veterans, with responsibility for over 3,500 staff.
She holds a Bachelor degree with Honors in Mathematics from the University of Cambridge, a Diploma in Nursing from City University (London), and a Masters in Health Services Management from UTS. She is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) with an additional AICD Not for Profit Governance qualification.

Panel Moderator


Corporate MC | Wayne Shapiro
Wayne Shapiro has that innate ability to engage his audience with his quick wit and professionalism, and this is what makes him the perfect fit for your event. Whether it be an audience of 20 or 2000, white or blue collar, his pace, humour and attention to detail mean that your audience will be engaged from beginning to end.
Wayne has been speaking for almost two decades. Well, technically, he has been speaking for over 50 years, but his public speaking career is over 18 years’ old. Many of the areas that clients find frustrating are areas of expertise for Wayne. Attention to detail, time management, flexibility and a thorough understanding of what the client expects. These are what drive Wayne to provide the best, no matter what the event. He is the lynchpin to making a live event run smoothly and successfully.
Having run corporate quizzes since 2002, and now successfully transitioned into the role of MC, Wayne is most comfortable is perfectly able to provide that engagement that all events so desperately require.

Event Partner


Axiom creatively transforms office workplaces into productive, engaging and future-focused environments where people and businesses thrive.

Axiom offers a fully-integrated, collaborative and evidence-based service in workplace strategy, interior design, project management and post-project services for all commercial offices.

They are led by a team of thought leaders and expert consultants who are also regular presenters at events discussing new ways of working and the Future of Work.

Supported Charity


We are proud to support the essential work of the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS). Specifically, their innovative mental health services that address significant gaps in care for rural and remote Australians.


March 11, 2021
11:00 am - 12:00 pm AEDT
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