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Selection Committee

The Selection Committee, chaired by Joanne Gray, Editor of AFR BOSS, will select winners from a range of different categories and sectors to showcase examples of best practice, and provide inspiration for other companies in the region and further afield to adopt shared value principles.

 

Selection Committee Members

  • Trevor Clayton, CEO, Nestlé Australia
  • Joanne Gray, Editor, AFR BOSS & Leadership, Australian Financial Review (Chair)
  • Peter Yates AM, Chair, Shared Value Project
  • Sara James, Emmy Award-winning foreign correspondent, author and commentator
  • Jennifer Westacott, CEO, Business Council of Australia

 

About the Selection Committee

Trevor Clayton, CEO, Nestlé Australia

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Joanne Gray, Editor, AFR BOSS & Leadership, Australian Financial Review (Chair)

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Peter Yates AM, Chair, Shared Value Project

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Sara James, Emmy Award-winning foreign correspondent, author and commentator

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Jennifer Westacott, CEO, Business Council of Australia

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