Claudia Rosario, our Senior Project Manager, recently spent some time in Ghana, Africa - one of the toughest and most rewarding experiences of her life. She found herself in a small town, discovering the truth in the saying, ‘those who have the least, give the most’…
After hearing smart thinkers from around the world talk about the future of Cities, and ‘city megatrends’, Darryl Watkins, our Executive Director, Operation, started thinking about where KJA fits in and what role we play in making positive change for our communities.
Paula Lawrence, KJA’s Melbourne Program Director, has been reflecting on the changes she is seeing in engagement, particularly the growing interest in innovation in engagement, and what is driving it. Paula shares how KJA is introducing innovation in engagement, by utilising new and innovative online tools and reporting and engagement techniques, including walk-shops.
In November 2018, some of the KJA female staff members attended the Women in STEM and Entrepreneurship Celebration in Sydney.
It got Suzanne von Kolpakow thinking about the various factors in today’s political and social climate, and how women can break through the glass ceiling that society has always lowered upon us?
Program Director, Sara Wilson, recently spent time meeting with and hearing from some stakeholders from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities in Western Sydney, as well as State Government agencies and local councils working to meet their needs.