Proudly sponsored by Otium Planning Group, the Generate Network is Parks and Leisure Australia's (PLA) commitment to the development of our young professionals and emerging leaders. Driving our work is our vision for 'More parks and recreation go-getters for generations to come'.
The Generate Network is a launch pad for up and coming parks and recreation go-getters! We break down the barriers of hierarchy, geography, age and economic status and provide a network for up and coming young professionals in our industry to connect, learn and grow. We connect and engage people new to the industry and anyone looking for their next leap forward. We provide a platform for people to have a voice, to network and engage in professional development opportunities.
Executive Committee - EOI
Applications Now Open
Over the next 12 months we will be focused on broadening our network, running events and connecting people with opportunities and each other. We will be establishing representation in every state and territory and strengthening our important partnerships by forming the Generate Network Australia - Executive Committee. The Executive Committee will champion Generate across the country and lead it into the next phase! If you are a young professional, ready for your next leap or are just inspired to share your legacy and give back to the next generation - then this is your time to get involved and lead the way! Could this be you?
Closing 12 June 2019
For more information and to apply [click here]
Who We Are
Kristin Davies | Generate Network, Chair
Kristin is an energetic, versatile and focused leader with over 10 years' industry experience. Kristin has a diverse background in sports, recreation, leisure, hospitality, events and gaming sectors, including involvement in a number of start-up and member-based organisations. She has a critical appreciation and sound knowledge of a wide range of industry fields with a strong background in strategic policy and planning, business and finance, governance and operations, stadium and venue management, consultation and engagement, change and issues management, funding acquisition, promotion and advocacy. In addition to studying a Bachelor of Sports Administration and Bachelor of Exercise Science and Human Movement (current) at Victoria University and a Certificate IV in Business Administration, she successfully completed the Parks and Leisure Australia Leadership Program in 2016. Kristin's recent work history includes management and senior strategy positions with the City of Greater Geelong, Baseball Victoria, insideEDGE Sport and Leisure Planning and Fernwood Women's Health Clubs.
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Through our partnership with the Otium Planning Group Pty Ltd, we offer a fantastic mentoring program. No matter where you live in Australia you have the opportunity to partner with an Otium Planning Group Director so you can learn from an experienced industry professional who can provide a tailored development program.
We will soon be calling for Expressions of Interest to help match our young professionals to a suitable mentor so sign up to our newsletter so you don't miss out.
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