Not-For-Profit democratic movement, MiVote, today announced that it has appointed Emergent CEO Holly Ransom to its Council.
MiVote founder Adam Jacoby made the announcement from the movement’s Melbourne headquarters.
“We’re thrilled that Holly has joined the MiVote Council.” said Jacoby “Her experience, plus proven leadership and advocacy across industry, government, and the not for profit sector is an excellent addition to the Council and will further drive the execution of MiVote’s vision and values.”
An active advocate for young people, in particular young women, Ms Ransom’s career highlights cover an impressive array of achievements around the world in sport, business, government and leadership. Ms Ransom has had roles with the United Nations, chaired the G20 youth summit, and became the youngest ever female Director of an AFL club when appointed to the board of the Port Adelaide Football Club.
Speaking at the announcement, Ms Ransom explained her attraction to the movement. “MiVote has a world-leading democratic model that has already demonstrated its ability to drive better, more informed, and inclusive decision-making by the people.” Ransom said. “I’m thrilled and proud to a part of MiVote as it begins to create positive and impactful change on a global scale.”
Holly Ransom is the seventh member of MiVote’s foundation Council, with more high-profile appointments in key roles to be announced.
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