IPAA Victoria invites all Victoria Fellows to nominate colleagues and peers for IPAA Victoria Fellowship.
IPAA Victoria’s annual Victorian Fellowship is awarded to members in recognition of their significant contribution to public administration, the creation of public value and their exemplary service and leadership at a local, Victorian or national level.
IPAA Victoria Fellowship is awarded to IPAA Victoria members against four nomination criteria:
Demonstrated service and leadership
Significant contribution to the creation and ongoing realisation of public value
Established commitment to the broader public sector and IPAA Victoria
Acting with integrity and upholding high ethical standards, reflecting the values that IPAA Victoria embraces.
This year, IPAA Victoria welcomes nominations from all levels of government, public service agencies and authorities, public entities, community and private sectors where they focus primarily on delivering public value.
“Victorian Fellows are recognised for their significant and continued contribution to public administration and exemplary service to the Victorian community, while also being a committed supporter of IPAA Victoria and its members,” says Nina Cullen, IPAA Victoria CEO.
“Victorian Fellows hold a special place in our organisation, with our many Victorian Fellows demonstrating an ongoing commitment to furthering the careers of emerging leaders, to providing advice and thought leadership on sector trends, or through attending events, network groups and helping to shape and champion public purpose work,” adds Nina Cullen.
To nominate a new Fellow, nominations have to be made, endorsed and submitted by two financial IPAA Victorian Fellows. Nominees must be a financial Personal Member of IPAA Victoria. Individuals cannot nominate themselves.
Nominations close Wednesday 5 October 2022 at 11:59pm (AEST).
The prestigious awards are now in its 22nd year and will be celebrated at an end of year IPAA Victoria event.
Last year’s Victorian Fellows were Claire Amies, Sara Harbidge, Jeremi Moule, Katherine Whetton, Jennifer Wolcott. Last year’s National Fellows were Adam Fennessy PSM and Jenny Gray PSM.
Take a look here to view the full list of inductees as Victorian Fellows and National Fellows. Watch the highlights video of the 90th Anniversary Dinner for IPAA Victoria Fellows and guests, which was held in June 2019.
As one of the highest honours bestowed upon members, Victorian Fellows are active within IPAA Victoria and help to shape and champion the work of the Institute and the public purpose sector.