How giving takes ANU from good to GREAT

Hosted by ANU Alumni Relations

Organisations that change the world don’t get there alone. Philanthropy is a key driver of equitable access to health and education, and it has life changing impacts for individuals, families and society.

Come and be inspired by how ANU engages with alumni, academics and other dynamic partners to help educate the next generation of thought leaders, and invest in world-changing research.

Hear from Sheryle Moon (MMgt '04), Associate Professor Marian Burr, and Arik Thormahlen, as they share their thoughts on the intersection between legacy and societal alignment, the motivations behind their personal approaches to change, and the bold research being undertaken by the University (including how you can help up-lift this work). The conversation will be moderated by internationally award-winning author on social change, Ryan Ginard.

  • Sheryle Moon (MMgt '04), General Manager, AmCham Australia
  • Associate Professor Marian Burr, Snow Fellow and Laboratory Head, ANU College of Health and Medicine
  • Arik Thormahlen, Head of Advancement, ANU College of Health & Medicine
  • Facilitator – Ryan Ginard, Head of Advancement, ANU College of Business & Economics

Date: Tuesday 21 March 2023

Time: 12–1pm

Location: The Gallery, level 2, Kambri Cultural Centre, University Avenue, ANU


Alumni Relations
Phone: 02 6125 5004


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