Emma is the Manager of Volunteering at Cancer Council NSW and responsible for providing the best possible experience for the Council’s 2,500 regular volunteers and 30,000 community supporters.
Emma leads a team that focuses on four key priorities for the volunteer program: recruitment, engagement and recognition; policies, infrastructure and reporting; leadership and guidance; and communication.
Before joining Cancer Council NSW in late 2011, Emma spent three years in the federal government, working across a range of program areas including safety and quality in healthcare, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and rural health. Emma has a Bachelor of Arts (Population Health) and Master of Public Health, both from the University of Wollongong.
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