The not-for-profit foundation representing the Australian media, marketing and advertising industry, is seeking its first CEO to lead the next phase of UnLtd’s growth across Australia.
UnLtd Chairman, Kerry McCabe, said the CEO’s remit would be to implement initiatives with the goal of achieving $10 million in annual revenue by the end of 2017, in addition to driving the mentoring and volunteering programs which currently deliver over $3.8 million in value each year to selected charity partners.
“UnLtd takes somewhat of a venture capitalist approach to philanthropy. We seek out social entrepreneurs and support them in making a direct and measurable impact on the unacceptable issue of youth disadvantage in Australia. This new role presents a unique opportunity for an individual to genuinely help shape future generations of Australians, further display our industry’s soul and create a lasting personal legacy,” said McCabe.
“Having now established a solid brand and foundation programs that allow all in the industry to join the UnLtd movement, we are ready for our next phase of growth and cause-based innovation.”
Since the UnLtd brand was launched in 2013, the orgnaisation has been led by general manager Carol Morris, who recently won a B&T Women in Media Award for her work in the community.
Morris will remain as general manager, focusing on continued growth in workplace giving, corporate mentoring and working directly UnLtd’s phenomenal charity partner portfolio.
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