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"You can't be what you can't see"

Marian Wright Edelman

Conference Appearances

Busselton DAIRG

Board Selection and Participation

Ben Aldridge 40under40 winner

Conference Apperances

Does your conference or meeting need a guest speaker that will engage, educate and amuse while leaving a lasting impact?

Ben is an experienced public speaker who has contributed his educated insights and experiences to a diverse range of audiences.  Generating a relaxed and open conversation about disability, access, inclusion and mental health within any subject, Ben will be a memorable inclusion to any conference or meeting.

Contact the 30FD team for your unique personalised appearance.

Busselton DAIRG

Busselton DAIRG

The Busselton Disability Access and Inclusion Reference Group (DAIRG)  meets every two months and Ben has a seat representing 30FD and the Busselton community.

The City of Busselton released their Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2018-2022 (DAIP), with the goal to meet the statutory requirements of the Western Australian Disability Services Act 1993 and help deliver the  City of Busselton's goal of "A friendly and safe community with a strong community spirit".

The DAIRG was formed to provide the City feedback, technical/working advice, community representation and contribute to the review and reporting of the DAIP.

More information, including the City of Busselton DAIP can be found here 

Notice something within the City of Busselton you would like to bring to the attention of the DAIRG, contact us with the details.

Disability Access and Inclusion
Board Selection
Bendigo Bank Board member Ben Aldridge

Board Selection and Participation

Advocacy and change can not happen without hard work and participation in our community.

Ben is proud to be on the board of two major companies in the SouthWest community, Forrest Personnel and Bendigo Bank Capel Branch.  Through these positions, he hopes to make a change to the accessibility and inclusion, not only within the companies but the communities they represent.

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