Marketing & Communications

  • Author  -  Centre for Ethical Leadership

Michelle Le Cornu is responsible for Marketing & Communications for the Centre for Ethical Leadership. Michelle holds a Bachelor in Marketingm Grad Cert. in Journalism and certificate in Digital Marketing from ADMA.  She has worked in many…

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Peter Collins

  • Director  -  Centre for Ethical Leadership

Peter is the Director of the Centre for Ethical Leadership and is a Facilitator and Coach of the Vincent Fairfax Fellowship. During Peter's tenure, he has coached more than 140 Vincent Fairfax Fellows. In addition to his work at the Cente for Ethical…

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Professor Rufus Black

  • Master  -  Ormond College

Professor Rufus Black is Master of Ormond College, President of Museums Victoria and Deputy Chancellor of Victoria University. He is also the co-founder of the Wade Institute for Entrepreneurship and a Director of the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute where…

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Michelle Stratemeyer

  • Postdoctoral Research Fellow  -  Centre for Ethical Leadership

Michelle is a research fellow at the Centre for Ethical Leadership. Her research focuses on masculine norms, sexual objectification, and violence against women. She is in the final stages of writing her PhD under the supervision of Professor Nick Haslam.…

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Prof. Cordelia Fine

  • Lecturer  -  Centre for Ethical Leadership

Award-winning author and academic, Cordelia Fine, brings a wealth of knowledge in ethical principles and practice. In addition to her work with the Centre for Ethical Leadership, Cordelia is a Professor in the School of Historical & Philosophical…

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Carmel McGregor PSM

  • Honorary Fellow  -  Centre for Ethical Leadership

Carmel McGregor has recently retired from a successful Public Sector career. She works as a consultant specialising in the areas of Organisational Culture, HR and Leadership as well as Public Sector Policy. Carmel also holds the position of Adjunct Professor…

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Catherine Fox

  • Honorary Fellow  -  Centre for Ethical Leadership

Catherine is one of Australia’s leading commentators on women and the workforce. A journalist, author and presenter, she regularly speaks to audiences around Australia at conferences or in organisations, and often appears in the media. After working…

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Dennis Gentilin

  • Honorary Fellow  -  Centre for Ethical Leadership

Dennis Gentilin is the Founding Director of Human Systems Advisory, a research based consulting firm that believes the majority of conduct issues within organisations are not caused by ineffective formal systems, but rather by ineffective human systems.…

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Dr. Brennan McDavid

  • Research Fellow  -  Centre for Ethical Leadership

Dr Brennan McDavid is the Seymour Reader at Ormond College. She holds a Ph.D. (philosophy) from Princeton University. Her primary responsibility is to contribute to Ormond's rich learning environment and inspire an appreciation for Ancient Greek ideas.…

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Dr. Chris Sarra

  • Honorary Fellow  -  Centre for Ethical Leadership

Dr Chris Sarra an internationally recognised Indigenous education specialist and is the founder and Chairman of the Stronger Smarter Institute.  Chris grew up in Bundaberg in Queensland and is the youngest of ten children. He experienced first-hand…

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Mark Jankelson

  • Honorary Fellow  -  Centre for Ethical Leadership

Mark has nearly 40 years of global experience in the people management business – 14 of these at CEO/MD level in the management consulting industry (Hay Group, Korn Ferry), the balance with large multi-national corporations (ICI, Exxon Chemical,…

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Peter Greste

  • Honorary Fellow  -  Centre for Ethical Leadership

Broadcast Journalist Peter Greste left Australia in 1991 to follow his dream of becoming a foreign correspondent. He covered the war in Yugoslavia and the end of Apartheid in South Africa as a freelance reporter, and in 1995 he joined the BBC as its Afghanistan…

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Melanie McGrath

  • Research Assistant  -  Centre for Ethical Leadership

Melanie recently completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology at the University of Melbourne with first class honours. Her thesis used the semantic content of moral justifications to examine the cognitive processes at work in moral decision-making. Melanie…

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