THE Northern Rivers Social Development Council is holding its second "social innovation breakfast" with guest speaker Mark Creyton, director of education, research and policy at Volunteering Queensland.
Mark has more than 20 years' experience as an educator and consultant working with a range of voluntary and non-profit organisations and groups. He has particular interest in supporting social innovation and leadership at a community level. He is also interested in smaller voluntary organisations and groups and their role in creating a strong and vital civil society.
Mark's talk will be followed by a panel discussion with Lismore Mayor Jenny Dowell, Professor Adrian Miller (Gnibi College, SCU) and Elizabeth McGregor (institute director, North Coast TAFE).
It is being held at SCU's Zest Café on Tuesday, March 20. The cost is $30 and booking are essential by March 13.
To book phone Emma Ross on 6620 1800 or email nrsdc@nrsdc org.au.