ANZSOG’s alumni is a 3600+ community of influential public sector and public purpose leaders, with members based in about 40 countries. ANZSOG’s alumni embody its values of excellence, collaboration, integrity and respect.
ANZSOG plays a unique role in providing education and development opportunities for people in the public sector, and a unique mission to create public value by lifting the quality of public sector leadership in Australia and Aotearoa-New Zealand.
The ANZSOG alumni is both a product and an extension of this role, which informs ANZSOG’s mission: to be a world-leading organisation for public sector education, research and knowledge exchange.
The alumni features graduates of ANZSOG’s Executive Master of Public Administration, Executive Fellows Program, Towards Strategic Leadership, Deputies Leadership Program and International programs, making it an unparalleled resource for your professional network.
Interested in organising an Alumni meeting in your area or perhaps you want to connect with fellow alumni in an informal setting?
ANZSOG Alumni program
The Alumni Program seeks to deliver dynamic and engaging opportunities to help you build on and refresh your skills, knowledge and networks, and broaden your sphere of influence.
The program is designed to keep you connected, inspired, educated and enriched with your fellow alums and further equip you to face the real world problems of the modern public sector.
There are a number of opportunities for ANZSOG alumni to stay involved and informed.
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If you are an Executive Master of Public Administration (EMPA), Towards Strategic Leadership (TSL) or Executive Fellows Program (EFP) graduate, you will automatically receive our quarterly Alumni e-News on completion.
You can unsubscribe or update your details at any time using the Preferences link contained in the e-News or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Continue your professional development through ANZSOG by taking advantage of a 15 per cent discount on executive workshops or attending a free thought leadership or regulators event. View ANZSOG executive workshops and free Thought Leadership and Regulators events at the ANZSOG events page.
Opportunities to present at Thought Leadership and Regulators events are also available to ANZSOG alumni. For more information or to register your interest, please email: email@example.com.
The Alumni Advisory Council (AAC) is the ANZSOG alumni peak representative body. The AAC represents alumni interests and views, providing a formal channel to communicate with the ANZSOG executive to inform future directions, education, research and alumni activities. The AAC acts as a source of advice for ANZSOG.
Interested in the Council’s work? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alumni Ambassadors are the champions of ANZSOG, stepping in to mentor the next generation of ANZSOG alumni, while also encouraging networking opportunities with fellow alumni. Alumni ambassadors may also be invited to speak at ANZSOG events or participate in ANZSOG media.
For current or future ANZSOG program participants, we have alumni based across Australia and New Zealand who can provide an insider’s perspective of what it is like to participate in ANZSOG programs. If you would like to contact an alum, please see our Alumni Ambassadors directory.
An exclusive LinkedIn group for ANZSOG alumni to interact, explore new ideas and keep up-to-date with ANZSOG opportunities. Please email: email@example.com to check your eligibility to join the LinkedIn Alumni Group.
We encourage all ANZSOG alumni to add their ANZSOG course to the Education section on their LinkedIn profile. To do this, please go to your LinkedIn profile, click ‘+’ in the Education section, and populate the fields. You can copy and paste details from the course relevant to you on page two. Download these instructions for more information:
As part of our alumni community, you have a unique opportunity to contribute to the future direction of ANZSOG and the public purpose sectors at large. Getting involved is a great way for you to take advantage of the connections you’ve made and keep your learning alive.
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