Future Focus Group Alumni Network Drinks
The Future Focus Group Program (FFG) turns 25 this year! As we celebrate this milestone, our Road to Recovery agenda has demonstrated that collaboration is crucial to our future success.
So, the time is right to recommence activities for members of the FFG Alumni Network (FFGAN). After 25 years, there are now almost 500 people who have completed FFG, including the 18 members of the Class of 2020 – 2021 who finished last month.
On Tuesday, members from previous years along with members of the current FFG 2021 – 2022 Program, met at Transport Bar in Federation Square.
The next event for FFGAN members and current FFG participants will take place on Tuesday 17 August from 6pm – 8pm at Pope Joan, a wonderful Melbourne venue in the Sofitel Melbourne On Collins forecourt.
When: Tuesday, 17 August | 6.00pm – 8.00pm
Where: Pope Joan | Shop 16/45 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000. Pope Joan is located in the Sofitel Melbourne On Collins forecourt, accessible via the driveway alongside the Ermenegildo Zegna store at 45 Collins Street.
To complement plenty of time for connecting with others in the FFG community, Claire Spencer AM, CEO, Arts Centre Melbourne, and new Board Member of Committee for Melbourne, will join us as guest speaker. Claire has steered Arts Centre Melbourne through a major restructure to better position the organisation for the future and to assist with its key role as a leader in the cultural precinct and a major contributor to Victoria’s creative economy. Claire is currently leading a major redevelopment of Arts Centre Melbourne, the centrepiece of a $1 billion transformation of the Melbourne Arts Precinct announced by the Victorian Government in 2018.
A ticket for the event is $40 + booking fees.