Pamela Takes the Principal Role At AskRIGHT

Pamela Takes the Principal Role At AskRIGHT

 

Pamela Sutton-Legaud is the New Principal Consultant at AskRIGHT

Pamela Sutton-Legaud of Melbourne is the new Principal Consultant at AskRIGHT. Her role is Australia-wide as she leads the consultancy team and joins the Director, Dr Daniel McDiarmid on the Management Committee of the company.

Pamela will support clients across all sectors in Australia as well as maintaining her own practice.

Daniel McDiarmid says, “I am delighted that Pamela is taking on this role. She is highly regarded by clients, the AskRIGHT team, and the broader community of non-profit organisations”.

Daniel will continue as Director of the Australian practice and keep a busy consulting practice in Australia and New Zealand with clients in Brisbane, Christchurch, Wellington and Napier.

Pamela currently advises non-profit organisations in education, environment and social service sectors with clients in Melbourne, Sydney and Wellington. Before joining AskRIGHT, Pamela held leadership roles with Oxfam Australia, Plan International, Bush Heritage Australia and Zoos Victoria. It was for her work with Plan International and her leadership in the creation of the inaugural Commonwealth Games Charity Partnership that she was recognised as a 2006 Victorian Telstra Businesswoman of the Year (Community & Government).

Pamela Sutton-Legaud says, “I am proud to be offered this important role to help grow the capacity of the NFP sector by delivering strategic advice which strengthens the fundraising profession. AskRIGHT provides best practice consulting services to the NFP sector in Australia and New Zealand and we aim to grow our operations in both countries”.

 

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