The inaugural GenAngus Future Leaders Program, proudly supported by Achmea Australia was run in Sydney last week, with 11 young beef industry enthusiasts in attendance.
The workshop focused on the theme of ‘building your beef business’, with the participants involved in presentations that were designed to challenge their business perceptions and inspire them to put into practice the outcomes from the event.
The opportunity to participate in the inaugural event was extended to:
Ruby Canning – Mortlake, VIC
James Campkin-Smith – Pound Creek, VIC
Monique Estrada – Merriwa, NSW
Eliza Borchardt – Tara, QLD
Aimee Bolton – Congupna, VIC
Mostyn Golding – Dardanup, WA
Joshua Clift – Scone, NSW
Samuel Hunter – Yass, NSW
Ashley Coleman – Inverell, NSW
Katherine McCallum – Balfour, New Zealand
Kristen Fredricksen – Cowra, NSW
Presentations were made by:
Over the next 12 months the participants will continue to be mentored by the presenters and will be required to complete follow up activities and be involved in group discussions where they will continue to develop their ideas.
A full report will be included in the upcoming Angus Australia Autumn Bulletin.
Top Image: Left to Right – Alan Deacon Achmea Australia, Ruby Canning, Kristen Fredricksen, Aimee Bolton, Sam Hunter, Monique Estrada, Mostyn Golding, Katherine McCallum, James Campkin-Smith, Ashley Coleman, Eliza Borchardt, Matthew Reynolds Angus Australia, Candice Liddle Angus Australia, Joshua Clift.