ADELAIDE, SA, AUSTRALIA, February 27, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who/ — Stanford Who’s Who proudly announces the addition of Andrea A. Harms to the exclusive ranks of premier professionals as a result of her exceptional effort in the education industry. Throughout her brilliant professional career, Andrea has routinely demonstrated the passion, vision, and dedication necessary to be considered among the elite.
Andrea serves as Executive Director and Coordinator of Indigenous Engagement Programs with CorporateConnect.AB, which is an organization that is dedicated to working with businesses, government agencies and Indigenous communities. Their mission is to take practical approaches, tailored to business and community needs, to provide ongoing support which achieves sustainable outcomes. The organization provides a unique service to its Corporate Partners, in ensuring that the needs of the corporate leader (CEO or Senior management team) in relation to understanding how to engage with Indigenous Australians and achieve successful employment outcomes, including recruitment and retention are met.
Prior to her work with CorporateConnect.AB, Andrea spent a decade as National Coordinator of a government funded project focused on improving education outcomes for Indigenous students. During that time, she created a national network of over 5000 school leaders who saw their role as catalysts for change in their schools and communities to benefit Indigenous students. Andrea also held the position of ESL/Indigenous Literacy Adviser with the Independent schooling sector in South Australia for nine years. There she initiated a corporate strategy that was headed by David Liddiard to engage corporate Australia in building a new national future for Aboriginal youth and to make a difference for Indigenous Australians.
During her collegiate career, Andrea earned a Bachelor of Arts degree, Diploma of Education, Diploma in Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, and a Diploma in Language and Literacy while studying at the University of South Australia and Adelaide University. She also completed a Churchill Fellowship in 2010. An incredibly charitable individual, Andrea gives back to the global community through her volunteer work with World Vision and International Red Cross.
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