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Executive Director Breakfast: Working at the intersect

Explore the crucial role of public, private and not-for-profit sector collaboration to deliver the government’s policy commitments.

Executive Director Breakfast: Working at the intersect  

 Explore the crucial role of public, private and not-for-profit sector collaboration to deliver the government’s policy commitments. 

Invitation Only Event

Please note that this is an invitation only event for senior public sector leaders.


This event will help you unleash the potential of cross-sector collaboration to create lasting impact.

Given the complexity of our operating environment, agency collaboration is crucial in creating a more responsive public service delivery system. 

At this event, we explore the concept of working together to tackle the cycle of disadvantage and improve the quality of life for communities. 

Peter Morris, General Manager – Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) Program, Reconciliation Australia will delve into the importance of private, public, and not-for-profit sector collaboration to deliver the government’s policy commitments.

What will you gain?

Build a more proactive and strategic approach to delivering on the government’s priorities. 

Peter will share successful case studies and identify effective strategies for sustainable collaboration. 

The session will include Q&A as well as peer-level discussion. At least 25% of this event is allocated to questions from the floor, meaning that you will also play an active part in this discussion.

This invitation-only event is an opportunity for you to explore new concepts with your peers in an open and frank discussion held under the Chatham House Rule.

Sponsorship Acknowledgment

This event is presented with the support of Deloitte


Peter Morris
General Manager - Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) Program
Reconciliation Australia

Peter is a passionate non-profit leader with 15 years of international experience in partnership development, communications, and public policy analysis. He has dedicated his career to building a more inclusive society that values and benefits from the resilience and ingenuity of First Peoples.

Peter served for eight years in various leadership roles at the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI), the representative body of tribes and Native peoples in the United States. During his time at NCAI, he led engagement with the Obama White House to implement the annual Tribal Nations Summits, strengthened partnerships with corporate and civil rights organisations, directed a tribally-driven think tank, and oversaw strategic communications. 

Peter has served in various staff and board roles in higher education, youth and children’s policy, and community development. He holds a Bachelors in Aboriginal Studies from the University of New South Wales and a Masters in American Indian Policy from the University of Arizona.


Allan Mills

Allan’s background spans telco, media and Government from the UK to Australia.
He leads Deloitte’s awesome teams supporting NSW Government & Universities and committed to the State’s economic transition of NSW to a low carbon future.

Working at the intersect of Industry and Government he has been able to work in areas of regional development, environment, energy, regulatory reform and machinery of Government changes. 

He has worked as CFO for social services enterprise is the deputy chair for Deloitte’s reconciliation action plan and an advisory board member of Welcoming Cities which is a not for profit helping migrants make a quicker economic and social impact in community.


How to register

Contact our office on 02 8066 1900 or email [email protected] for any questions and/or clarifications


Event Details


 07:00AM – 08:45AM (AEST/AEDT)


 Thursday 2 May 2024


 Deloitte Sydney Office
 Quay Quarter Tower
 50 Bridge Street
 Sydney, NSW 2000



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2/05/2024 7:00 AM - 8:45 AM
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