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Matthew Taylor - Conversation Program Manager

Maestro of the conversation event; Matt is a throwback from the Henley Club (Folio’s spiritual forebear) where he led the Arts and Culture Working Group. When he is not securing high profile speakers for Folio, Matt is a public policy manager at the Victorian Government and supports literacy education through his social enterprise, MET Designs.

Team Building & Corporate Events Birmingham - Dig It

Deirdre Hoban - Community Engagement Manager

Folio’s community engagement manager comes from a fine arts background but currently masquerades as Incubation Manager at AGL, bringing new products to life, most recently Electric Vehicle subscriptions. Look out for Deirdre creating the social magic for the community online, and keeping the working group in check in-between posts.

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Kartik Iyer - Finance Manager

When it comes to the business of managing the business we turn to our money-guy Kartik. He will remind us that his CFO credentials leaves him a little overqualified for Folio’s portfolio right now but we know we are in safe hands as we scale. When Kartik isn’t helping out the little guys with their accounts, he spends his time working and volunteering in roles across the social enterprise, impact investing and not-for-profit ecosystem.

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Benedict Hoban - Marketing and Communications Manager

Another workgroup leader from the Henley Club days, this ex-marketing-hack lends his wordsmithery to the newsletter and website, keeping you informed of all goings-on and up-comings. When he’s not waxing lyrical pixels, Benedict can be found designing board games, cooking paella and managing digital projects for NFPs.

Join the Folio Board. 

We are looking for people who:

  • embody Folio’s values (‘stay curious’, ‘actively engage’, and ‘benefit community’)
  • have engaged and diverse, cross-sectoral networks
  • are passionate about facilitating meaningful conversations
  • have subject matter expertise in a particular field / discipline
  • are comfortable socialising with a wide range of people (from our Conversation Leaders to university students)

It is important that our Board reflects the diversity we want to see participating in our events. We strongly encourage expressions of interest from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, women, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, and people of every ethnicity, faith, ability, culture, language, age, gender identity, and sexual orientation. Your unique perspectives and experiences will enrich our Board, our collective, and our events.

We acknowledge the Aboriginal traditional owners and custodians of the land on which we meet. We pay our respects to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past, present and future.


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