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Position: Board Director

Location: Sydney

Type: Volunteer/Non-paid

Closing Date: 14 June 2024 (endorsed at AGM)

Position Overview

We are seeking passionate, committed, and strategic individuals to join our Board of Directors. As a Board Director, you will play a crucial role in guiding the organisation, shaping our strategic direction, and ensuring that we fulfil our mission effectively.

Key Responsibilities

  • Governance and Oversight: Provide governance oversight to ensure the organisation’s integrity, sustainability, and alignment with our mission.
  • Strategic Planning: Contribute to the development and implementation of strategic plans and initiatives.
  • Fundraising and Resource Development: Support and participate in fundraising activities to ensure the financial health and sustainability of our organisation. 
  • Advocacy and Outreach: Act as an ambassador for CPN, promoting our mission and values within your network and to the broader community.
  • Meeting Participation: Attend and actively participate in regular board meetings, committee meetings, seminars and special events.
  • Financial Oversight: Assist in overseeing the organisation’s financial performance and ensuring proper financial controls are in place.


  • Passion for Corruption Prevention: A strong commitment to the mission of preventing corruption, fraud and promoting ethical practices.
  • Professional Expertise: Experience in fields such as law, finance, compliance, governance, non-profit management, marketing, ethics or a related area.
  • Leadership Skills: Proven leadership experience, preferably in a non-profit, board or committee setting.
  • Collaborative Spirit: Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively within a team.
  • Integrity and Ethics: High ethical standards and a commitment to integrity.


  • Term Length: Board directors serve a term of 3 years, with the option of renewal.
  • Time Commitment: Approximately 3-10 hours per month on volunteer basis, including board meetings, committee work, and event participation.

The Corruption Prevention Network is committed to diversity and inclusion and encourages individuals from all backgrounds to apply. Minimising corruption in NSW across the private, public, and non-profit sectors would result in enhanced public trust, increased economic efficiency, a fairer, more transparent governance system, and ultimately, a happier society.

We thank all applicants for their interest in serving on our board.

Interested candidates are invited to submit a resume, cover letter, and CV to:

The Secretary, CPN



Corruption Prevention Forum 2024

     Corruption Prevention – From Awareness to Action” 

Monday 23 September 2024

Macquarie Bank Level 11, 50 Martin Place Sydney NSW 

We would like to invite you to the Corruption Prevention Network – Forum 2024

Our annual Forum is on the 23rd September at Macquarie Bank Conference Centre .

The Theme this year is:

Corruption Prevention – From Awareness to Action

Recognising and responding to corruption risks is of paramount importance in safeguarding the integrity and stability of any institution or society. Corruption poses a grave threat, eroding trust, distorting fair competition, and diverting resources away from their rightful purposes. By diligently acknowledging and addressing corruption risks, we empower ourselves to create a culture of transparency, accountability, and ethical conduct. It demands a proactive stance, where vigilance and robust mechanisms are put in place to detect, prevent, and combat corruption in all its forms.

It is one thing to be aware of corruption, however it takes much more effort to tackle and respond and act to corruption in its many forms. Only by steadfastly confronting corruption risks can we foster an environment where justice prevails, opportunities are accessible to all, and the foundations for sustainable development are firmly established. Together, let us take a firm stand against corruption and pave the way for a brighter, more equitable future.

The Corruption Prevention Network (CPN) has been fostering the opportunity for education in the area of corruption for a number of years. Our Forums give likeminded professionals, seeking tools for the reduction of corruption within their work environment, both educational insights as well as developing networking opportunities to greater enhance their ability to achieve such aims.

This years Speaker line up (being finalised now), will give a great cross section to not only enlighten but also develop interest in positive outcomes and direction.

Keynote Speaker: Paul Lakatos, Commissioner Independent Commission Against Corruption (NSW).

Roland Winter – Executive Director Forensics KordaMentha

Kim Copeland – Director and Principal Consultant AVYON Consulting Pty Ltd

Shannon Armstrong – Director, Intelo

Gordon Yee – Corruption Prevention & Investigations Manager, Sydney Water

Plus Interaction presentations with practical take home action applications

Date and Time

Monday 23rd September 2024 from 08:30 to 4:30PM

Registration opens at 08:00AM

Networking drinks will conclude the day from 4:30PM to 5:30PM


Macquarie Bank Level 11, 50 Martin Place Sydney NSW  NSW 2000. There is easy public transport access at Martin Place Station.

Ticket Prices  

CPN Registered Member & Subscriber rate with code 25%+ discount on full fee of $600 plus GST until 30 June 2024.

Early Bird Registration (including group bookings) – $500 plus GST, (Credit Card Transaction Fees included) until 31 July 2024.

Normal Registration (after 1 August) – $600 plus GST, (Credit Card Transaction Fees included), Pay by Invoice or direct debit.

Group Bookings will be at the Early Bird individual rate.(6 or More)

Registration includes all meals, program and networking drinks.

Ghere to join the CPN. 

As a minimum, network members will get information about upcoming events such as the lunchtime seminars. To view the entire seminar program and past videos and presentation slides please visit our Education and Seminar Series Page on the Corruption Prevention Website at

Corruption Prevention Network NSW
Corruption Prevention Network NSW