Our Rare Birds Ambassadors work alongside us to help us grow the Rare Birds community and reach our diversity and inclusion goals in APAC.
Rare Birds Ambassadors are male and female thought leaders, captains of industry and world-class innovators who are influencing global positive change in workplaces.
They are well-connected within their local community, strongly aligned with Rare Birds’ vision and mission, and are passionate about diversity and inclusion - regionally, nationally and globally.
Through our Ambassador program we aim to grow our community globally, and provide resources and support to intrapreneurs and entrepreneurs in their local regions and to connect and support our community through events and networking opportunities and provide access to education, funding, mentoring and storytelling.
Become a Rare Birds Ambassador
Reinforce and align your personal brand with an organisation leading the way on sustainable, diverse and inclusive business outcomes in the APAC region.
May 5, 2021
When did you first hear about Rare Birds? It was first brought to my attention in early 2020 when I was doing research into diversity and […]
September 30, 2020
Dr Jeri Childers is the founding Director of the UTS Techcelerator, which enables early-stage tech founders to prototype and validate their commercial deep tech solutions.
March 3, 2020
Communications Manager, Grand Pacific Health Experienced Communications Manager across a variety of industries including Health, Disability services, Education and the Government sector. Skilled in Strategic Planning, […]
March 3, 2020
Leading Google Cloud’s government affairs and public policy engagement in Australia “Becoming a Rare Birds Ambassador means the chance to be a part of an amazing […]
March 2, 2020
Managing Director – BakedIn Solutions Pty Ltd “I am determined that my daughters grow up in an equitable society that tangibly supports and celebrates entrepreneurship in […]
February 19, 2020
Author, Speaker, Coach. Bree James has always been an entrepreneur – from the young age of ten she was selling Avon to make some extra dollars […]