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Dear colleagues, I hope that the term has begun well. I am looking forward to the Branch events and initiatives in 2024 that will promote the vision of ACEL as a peak organization committed to growing and nurturing the collective wisdom of educational leaders, of leveraging our individual and collective cross sectoral strengths and of providing opportunities for learning to engender a leadership worldview. To that end on 14 March 2024, at our ACT Awards ceremony which will be held at the Loft, we will esteem the leadership of colleagues from each of our sectors in a number of categories. On behalf of the ACT Branch Executive and members, I wish to express ...
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Dear Colleagues, I am delighted to be following Dr Kirk Zwangobani as President of the ACEL ACT Branch in 2024 and wish to acknowledge and commend Kirk’s exceptional leadership and work to our ACT membership. The Branch Executive has gained some new members this year from each of our 3 sectors and all are very excited about the opportunity to contribute to the work of progressing ACEL as a national and local peak body in the life of our profession. Our 2024 Branch Executive include Dr Tony Bracken, Tracey Taylor, Nicole Jaggers, Melissa Planton, Maria O’Donnell and Dr Kirk Zwangobani. Each of these educators brings vast experience and a range ...
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Welcome to the November edition of Branch News. I am delighted to be following Dr Kirk Zwangobani as President of the ACT Branch of ACEL. Kirk has been an exceptional leader of our Branch over the past 3 years and has represented us at ACEL forums and as a member of its Editorial Committee. Most importantly he has brought energy and confidence to the work of ACEL in our local community and this has been deeply appreciated by all of our members in the ACT. Thank you Kirk. Thank you also to the wonderful Executive committee that have supported Kirk and our Branch members over the past 3 years. I would like to take the opportunity to welcome our newly elected committee ...
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Dear Members, As always, I hope this newsletter finds you well. This is my last newsletter for ACEL ACT, and as they say, it has been an honour and privilege to be the President. In keeping my farewell short and on point, what follows are several thanks yous and a snapshot of 2020-2023. Thank you to the team at the ACEL Head Office and the national board. The last few years has been a difficult time for educational leadership, and being part of a team responsible for the stewardship of a member based not-for-profit organisation has not been without its challenges. Working with you at both a national and local level will be sorely missed. As far as challenges ...
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Dear ACEL colleagues, I hope this newsletter finds you well. This will be my penultimate newsletter, as I will be departing the ACEL ACT executive following the national conference this year. It has been one of the most rewarding endeavours to be the president of ACEL ACT and national director over the past few years, and I thank you all for your support! I hope in my last newsletter in the coming month to share some of the highlights. Incoming ACEL ACT Executive I would like to introduce the incoming ACT Executive who will take up their roles in October. Congratulations and welcome to two new executives to the ACT Branch Tracey Taylor and ...
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