Child Protection Webinar: Structural Change Needed - Oho

Child Protection Webinar: Structural Change Needed

September 2021
1 minute

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In this time of Zoom meetings, teams catch-ups and COVID 19 restrictions Oho has decided to host a number of informative Webinars. We hope you’ll join us for upcoming ones. Stay tuned.

In this Child Protection Webinar, Australian of the Year, Grace Tame & Claire Rogers, Executive Director of Oho, discuss the structural change needed in child protection to better protect our most vulnerable Australians.

Australian of the Year Advocate for survivors of sexual assault
Grace Tame is an outspoken advocate for survivors of sexual assault, particularly those who were abused in institutional settings. From age 15, Grace was groomed and raped by her 58-year-old maths teacher, who was found guilty and jailed for his crimes. However, under Tasmania’s sexual assault victim gag laws, Grace couldn’t legally speak out about her experience – despite the perpetrator and media being free to do so. Grace has demonstrated extraordinary courage – using her voice to push for legal reform and raise public awareness about the impacts of sexual violence. She is a regular guest speaker for high-profile events and television programs and uses her media profile to advocate for other vulnerable groups in the community.

Executive Director at Oho
Claire Rogers is a strategic leader with deep expertise in driving growth, innovation, and transformation across a broad range of financial services and for purpose entities. A social innovator with entrepreneurial skills, she has successfully led large and small organisations across multiple industries to achieve growth through digital. Previously, Chief Executive of World Vision Australia, the country’s largest not-for-profit organisation, and with extensive global and local experience in multiple financial services divisions of ANZ including a stint as Head of Digital Banking, she has consistently led organisations to deliver on their purpose and commercial potential. Claire is a Director of Melbourne Business School Limited and Methodist Ladies College, Kew & is a Managing Partner of CEO Mastermind Advisory Services. Claire is a member of Chief Executive Women (CEW), the AICD and Scale Investors, an angel investor network focused on female founders.

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