Our Community Links

The Orijen Group has strong links with community organisations, helping to develop tailored mentoring and coaching programs.

NAPCAN (National Association for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect)

In addition to her joint chairmanship of the NSW Advisory Council for NAPCAN, Orijen CEO Jenny Morris has developed a community mentoring program for indigenous girls in Dubbo high schools -Domremy and Dubbo Secondary College.

In  partnership with NAPCAN and Dr Sue Roffey, the mentoring program is designed to support the Aboriginal Girls Circle program, which provides a space in which indigenous girls develop  self-awareness, resilience and relationship skills; increase self-motivation, self-esteem and self-respect; and learn how to communicate better with each other, school, family and elders.

Non-Profit Australia

The Orijen Group developed and supported the Non-Profit Australia mentoring program. Orijen CEO Jenny Morris has facilitated the program and also provided coaching and mentoring to individual executives in New South Wales and Victoria.

NEEOPA (New South Wales Equal Employment Opportunity Practitioners’ Association)

NEEOPA is a non profit Association established in 1985 to support HR and Diversity Practitioners to network, share best practice and to learn from functional and industry experts. Orijen Group CEO Jenny Morris is a former co-president of NEEOPA, and former member of the Executive.

NEEOPA’s membership base includes individual specialists, small to medium sized businesses, not for profit organisations, public sector agencies and large corporations.

Executive Women’s Business

The Orijen Group provides sponsorship for women from the not-for-profit sector to access and participate in the Executive Women’s Business Future Leaders Program.

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See how our professional mentoring, executive coaching and training services can assist your organisation in your diversity challenges.

Contact us, or call +61 (2) 9416 2560.

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