Rachel Bowes

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Rachel Bowes

Big chats with some of the greatest minds in the sector.

This year as part of our FIA conference partnership with Fundraising Institute of Australia, we’ve created Big Chat: Conversations with Purpose as a way to get to know FIA speakers and other leaders in the sector through a more informal lens.

Big Chat aims to inspire new and existing members of the for-purpose community and see themselves as the future achievers and leaders of social change.

Rachel Bowes is the head of crisis services and quality at Lifeline Australia

Rachel Bowes

Rachel Bowes is the head of crisis services and quality at Lifeline Australia, which provides 24-hour crisis support and suicide prevention services. Rachel has clinical responsibility for the Lifeline Crisis Support Service, which currently receives around 1 million contacts per year from Australians in crisis or at risk of suicide. Rachel has professional qualifications in mental health nursing and counselling, and has spent over 20 years working in public, private and NFP mental health services.

Simon Scriver co-founder of the Fundraising Everywhere virtual experiences.

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Kon Karapanagiotidis CEO and founder of the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre

Meet Kon Karapanagiotidis

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Prof. Jen Shang co-founded the Institute for Sustainable Philanthropy

Meet Professor Jen Shang

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