Leadership Victoria Announces Three New Board Members

25 September 2013

Leadership Victoria (LV) Chairman Geoff Cosgriff is delighted to announce three new Council members who officially commenced their roles last month.

 “Having the calibre of these new council members adds to an already skilled Council. All our members are chosen carefully to ensure we have the best representation from business, community and government as well as those who will be able to provide Governance that will ensure that we continue to provide great leadership programs and activities for Victoria,” Geoff said.

The new members are:


Dr Judith Slocombe, CEO of The Alannah and Madeline Foundation, a non-profit organisation dedicated to helping children find violence free, safe and happy childhoods. Judith began with a Veterinary Degree from the University of Melbourne, continuing to gain experience in a variety of practices, eventually leading her to begin her own veterinary practice from home. With an innate drive to better everything around her, Judith developed her business into the largest veterinary diagnostic group in Australia. Judith hit the corporate world running, after selling her business and earning her MBA. Judith is highly regarded throughout Australia, evidenced by her awards as the Telstra Australian Business Woman of the Year and Contemporary Medal for Business Leadership.

Bruce Anderson, (WCLP ’94), Managing Director, Lee Hecht Harrison.  Bruce is A senior executive with a unique history of success in complex operational, customer service, marketing, sales, and stakeholder management roles within four distinct sectors; health, financial services, infrastructure and professional services. Bruce has a strong involvement within the community sector through the Dafydd Lewis Scholarship, Anglesea Surf Lifesaving Club, Uniting Church, Leadership Victoria plus specific programs for teenagers. Bruce returns to the LV Council after a short break.


Nick Green, OAM (WCLP ’04), Australia’s 2012 Olympic Team Chef de Mission, Nick has become a seasoned leader on the world stage, facing some of the most high-profile and challenging leadership issues imaginable. A member of the elite “Oarsome Foursome”, Nick is a dual Olympic gold medallist, a multiple-time World Champion, and an IOC flag-bearer at the Sydney 2000 Olympics.