Welcome Diana David ... new CEO for Reconciliation Victoria
It is with great excitement that we introduce Diana David as the new CEO of Reconciliation Victoria, a new role established as a result of a recent organisational review which will lead the organisation in our next phase of growth and development. Diana is a descendant of the Kaanju nation from central Cape York Peninsula and Kulkagau Ya Iama, western Torres Strait Islands.
She comes from a background in government and community development and engagement, most recently working for the Victorian Treaty Advancement Commission. She commenced her role with Reconciliation Victoria mid-November 2018.
Reconciliation Victoria Council moves to a Skills Based Board and prepares to establish an Aboriginal Knowledge Council
We are excited to announce that at our recent Special General Meeting, members unanimously endorsed a proposal for some significant changes to the way we work. The changes include:
Change in Board Members
Special thanks to outgoing Council members Melissa Brickell, John Baxter and Deb Chapman for their guidance and commitment to Reconciliation Victoria and the reconciliation movement over many years. We look forward to their continued involvement with RecVic through other avenues.
We warmly welcome some new faces to our Board: Aislinn Martin, Andrew Gunstone and Juanita Pope. You can read more about them and other board members on our Team page.