Leanne Warner

“I believe that we have a moral duty to eradicate childhood dementia and provide unwavering support for families living with this cruel disease. Today’s scientific landscape provides a fantastic opportunity to focus great minds on collaboration and to secure funding to drive research, advocacy and improved care. I am committed to a bold and persistent vision, and action and look forward to the day when we refer to childhood dementia in the past tense.

Leanne Warner is an inspiring and experienced leader, coach and facilitator with a passion for developing individuals and organisations.

A former not-for-profit CEO and Board Chair, Leanne has led dynamic and fast-paced organisations through change and is experienced working in complex environments. For over 5 years, she has established and coached within a number of executive leadership forums. Her strategic leadership skills, stakeholder management experience and people oriented approach add great value, especially during times of uncertainty and when adaptability and reorientation are required. Leanne’s experience and great energy, commerciality and a solutions-oriented approach, continue to enable Boards, leaders and their teams.

As a business leader, Leanne has implemented organisational change, transformation and strengths-based approaches which have delivered tangibly positive results in engagement, accountability, productivity and turnover. As an executive coach, she enables leaders to explore their emotional intelligence and agility and the neuroscience behind their decision making and behaviours. Leanne has a Masters in Management from the University of Technology, Sydney, and a Bachelor of Education from the University of Melbourne. She has completed the Sydney Leadership program with Social Leadership Australia and a Diploma of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing with Langley Group Institute and is also accredited in Strengths Profile, MSCEIT (Emotional Intelligence) and GLWS (Global Leadership Wellbeing Survey).