Brendan Dunn

Brendan was born in Sydney but spent his childhood in a small rural town. Brendan is a highly skilled and experienced, business manager with a proven track record in the development of robust strategic management plans which result in organizational growth. He has a strong management background that highlights an excellent ability to adapt quickly to complex organisational environments. He has worked in a wide range of environments, and has extensive experience in business management, business systems development, communication, event coordination, teamwork, leadership and administration.

Brendan is in the final stages of completing a Bachelor of Social and Economic Policy. Brendan has previously worked as a part of the Coalition of Peaks Secretariat involved in supporting the Coalition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peaks in the negotiation and early implementation of the National Agreement on Closing the Gap.

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