We are honoured to have Debbie Organ join the Learning Partnerships Industry Advisory Board.
Debbie has a 30 year background in banking and finance. She was one of the first female manager appointed in Corporate Banking in the 1980’s for the State Bank of NSW, and went on to become Regional Manager and the most senior women in the Bank before she left in 1994. Debbie then went on to become a University Lecturer at Southern Cross University , lecturing at undergraduate and post graduate level in banking and finance, accounting and business ethic
Dubbed the Erin Brockovich of the finance and business community, Debbie Organ established Integrity Corporate Finance Group in 1997 and has since staged a one-woman campaign to expose unethical business practices and contracts, campaigned to government for regulation and protection, and has spent 20 years protecting and representing her council, university, government, hospitality (clubs, pubs and casino’s), large and small business clients and saving them literally millions of dollars.
Deb has been in the Club industry for the last 30 years, and in 2021 established Clubs Without Borders. Debbie wrote the NSW state government legislated mandatory Director Finance Course. She trains in governance, finance, banking, procurement and contracts and strategic planning.
She is also currently a Non Executive Director and Chairperson of NFP entity Easy Link Community Transport, is a Non Executive Director for the NSW Community Transport Organisation and is an Ambassador for Bendigo Bank Freshwater Branch
In December 2019 Debbie won the NSW Pride of Australia Medal and then went on to be awarded the National Pride of Australia medal
Debbie provides a wealth of expertise to our finance, leadership and governance curriculum with a particular emphasis on not for profits and clubs.