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AVCLP Alumni

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world;
indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has –
Margaret Mead

The Alpine Valleys Community Leadership Program has assisted in producing an array of graduates serving in high profile leadership roles across the region.

The first Alpine Valleys Community Leadership Program was delivered during 1998- 1999.  Since then Alpine Valleys Community Leadership’s Annual Program has developed the skills, knowledge and networks of 400 emerging community, government and business leaders.  The Program has played a significant role in developing the leadership capacity of the Northeast Victorian region and beyond, producing leaders that understand what it takes to lead in a regional or rural environment.

Alpine Valleys Community Leadership provides regular opportunities for the Alumni of our Annual program to connect with other alumni.  The AVCLP graduation evening attracts more that 200 regional leaders, and throughout the year AVCLP alumni are invited to stay connected through participation in a variety of short courses, skills workshops and events that the organisation delivers.

AVCLP alumni form part of a greater network of Statewide community leaders, as upon graduation they also join the Victorian Regional Community Leadership Programs network.  This network of graduates from Victoria’s ten Regional Community Leadership Programs is more than 3,500 strong.

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Meet Some Of Our Alumni

MICHELLE HUDSON

Hi, my name is Michelle Hudson and I graduated from the Alpine Valleys Community Leadership Program in 2014. I started AVCLP with the vision of developing a community fun run that would unite the cities of Albury and Wodonga to raise funds for our unique cross-Border local health service, Albury Wodonga Health.  The skills, knowledge and networks that I [...]

ANTHONY GRIFFITHS

My name is Anthony Griffiths and I completed the Alpine Valleys Community Leadership Program over 2005-2006.  My family and I have always been very community minded, and personally I have a passion for Environmental Sustainability, my local community and Local Government.  The people that I met during AVCLP only reaffirmed my commitment to making North East Victoria a great [...]

AVCLP Graduates