Everyone
belongs.

Board Chair shares her fave things

2 February 2016 in Interchangers' stories, Stories

Sunday Times article featuring Interchchange Board Chair Angie PaskeviciusInterchange Board Chair and Holyoake CEO Angie Paskevicius was interviewed by the Sunday Times recently, following her receipt of the 2015 WA Telstra Business Woman of the Year Award.

In the article, Angie shares some of her favourite things with readers including paintings by Victorian artist Jan Neil, a photo of her Mum and Dad and the ‘Holyoake approach’, which focuses on accepting the place that people are at in their lives without judgement.

The Holyoake approach mirrors Angie’s own values, which also aligns with the Interchange belief that everyone belongs and the view that everyone should be fully included in every aspect of community life.

With Holyoake celebrating 40 years last year and Interchange reaching its 25 year milestone this year, we have many more fruitful years to look forward to with Angie at the helm.

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