Media releases: 30 November 2022
FRRR is delighted to share that CEO Natalie Egleton has secured a place in the Social Impact Leadership Australia (SILA) program. As part of this program, Natalie will be taking a three-month sabbatical from 22 December 2022, returning 12 April 2023
Sarah Matthee has been appointed Acting CEO for this period.
In sharing news of her sabbatical, Natalie said she is grateful for the opportunity to participate in this leadership development program.
“This is a great time for me to take a break to recharge, reset and think big following eight years as CEO of FRRR, during which we have experienced significant growth and delivered much impact in remote, rural, and regional communities across Australia.
“I’m pleased to be able to leave FRRR in the very capable hands of Sarah, who has played a critical part in FRRR’s success in her five-years at FRRR. Sarah has previously filled in as Acting CEO and is well-known and highly regarded by our wonderful partners, staff, and Board. I’m sure you will join me in congratulating her and will enjoy working with her in her capacity as Acting CEO.”
Any inquiries can be directed to FRRR on 1800 170 020.