The Networking Luncheon is now SOLD OUT
Join an industry event with senior executives and “Help Us Build a Better Tomorrow”.
Habitat for Humanity Australia would like to invite you to an afternoon of networking and insights. We are hosting an exclusive luncheon event at the Park Hyatt Sydney to showcase Habitat for Humanity’s good works and to give our partners and supporters shared value insights into Habitat for Humanity Australia and how we work with families from all over the world to build and improve a place they can call home.
Our keynote speakers for the luncheon will be Brian Tasker, National General Manager, Boral Property Group and Phil Preston, a Shared Value consultant.
Friday 26 October from Midday
Park Hyatt, Sydney
Brian Tasker is a highly experienced property professional and leader in Australia’s property development and corporate real estate industry. Currently he leads the team responsible Boral’s national property portfolio of over 500 properties – from acquisition (purchasing and leasing), operation and through to ultimate divestment/ development.
Prior to joining Boral, Brian ran several successful property-related businesses including his own property development consultancy business (Augusta Properties for 10 years). Brian has delivered many successful and significant projects – the most notable being the Riverside Corporate Park (North Ryde) project for the CSIRO in his time as Managing Director of APP Property (APP Corporation). This ‘brownfield’ project spanned 10 years and was awarded the Rider Hunt national Award for Development Excellence from the Property Council of Australia in 2000.
Brian sits on Habitat For Humanity’s Advisory Board and is involved within Boral on Boral’s charitable community involvement. Brian has recently retired as a Fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors. Brian was formerly chairman of the Property Council of Australia’s Property Development Education Committee. He has also served on its NSW Council.
Phil Preston is a leading collaboration and shared value expert who brings profit and purpose together to create sustained impact at scale. Soon after leaving his investment management research role – where he was responsible for $40 billion of global investments – Phil was invited by Harvard Business School’s Professor Michael Porter and strategic philanthropist, Mark Kramer, to Boston in 2013 to help form the inaugural shared value practitioner network and has since worked with blue chip organisations across all sectors.