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Ashlee Harrison

MBA Engage Series with zero2hero's Ashlee Harrison

As part of their MBA Engage Series, Curtin University's Graduate School of Business would like to invite you to an evening of inspiration with zero2hero's Ashlee Harrison on Thursday 17 May 2018.

Ashlee was named the 2016 Young Western Australian of the Year in recognition of her role as CEO and founder of mental health charity zero2hero.

Ashlee will be talking about creating a profession from passion, the art of finding your own work/life balance and leading a value-driven organisation. Her presentation will discuss leadership, mental health and putting people before profit.

We hope you can join us to participate in this important discussion and to connect with other CGSB alumni, staff and students over light refreshments.

Event details


Thursday 17 May 2018

TIME 5.30pm to 7pm

Curtin Graduate School of Business
78 Murray St
Perth WA 6000


Smart casual

TICKET Complimentary

By Monday 14 May 2018


This event is worth two professional portfolio points to current MBA students


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About Ashlee Harrison

Ashlee Harrison is the 2016 Young Western Australian of the Year. She was recognised for her role as the CEO and founder of mental health charity zero2hero. She is also the Director of social media company Social Say. Ashlee setup the chairty at the age of 21, before commencing her commerce degree at Curtin. During her six years working in mental health she has partnered with organisations such as Lifeline, Suicide Prevention Australia and Foundation for Young Australians.

Recently recognised by the Australian Financial Review as one of Australia's 100 Woman of Influence, Ashlee and a team of staff and volunteers reach over 80,000 young Western Australian's every year.

Ashlee has also been awarded a Pride of Australia Medal in 2015, won the WA Youth Award for Education in 2013 and in the same year was also a Young Australian of the Year finalist.