Perth Luminaries Scholarship Awarded to Nadine Magill

Nadine Magillbehind closed doors’ (BCD) coveted Perth 2018 Luminaries Scholarship, providing a 12-month fully funded membership of professional and personal development, has been awarded to Nadine Magill, State Manager at Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia.

Announcing the results, BCD Founder and Managing Director, Donny Walford, said the scholarship is awarded to a successful woman seeking access to a peer-mentoring group for enhanced leadership success.

“The working sessions the recipient joins allow her to tap into a powerhouse of knowledge in a room that generates new insights, ideas and solutions. “ Ms Walford said.

“I extend my congratulations to our winner, Nadine Magill, as well as our worthy runners up, Leah Kenna, Corporate Services Manager at Gumala Aboriginal Corporation and Anne Mulholland, Change Manager at St John of God Health Care.” Ms Walford said.

Ms Magill has enjoyed a successful career working in various not for profit organisations, only recently being appointed State Manager of Prostate Cancer Foundation.

“Being a part of behind closed doors will enable me to have robust discussions with fellow peers who will challenge my thought process and reasoning for my decisions in a supportive and professional environment.” Ms Magill said.

In accepting the award Ms Magill acknowledged the Luminaries membership would, with the assistance of an encouraging group of strong professional businesswomen, enable her to build influence and conquer her goals.

The BCD Luminaries Scholarship offers businesswomen the opportunity to further expand their leadership and management skills through a year-long membership to BCD Luminaries, valued at more than $5,500.

BCD Luminaries was created in response to an identified need for motivated businesswomen to have a professional sounding board and support network where they can discuss professional and personal issues, challenges and strategies in a totally confidential environment while, at the same time, encouraging each other to extend themselves to achieve and succeed in new environments.

Members meet for three hours, ten times a year, for group mentoring, professional development and networking with like-minded women. In addition to monthly sessions, further professional development, networking with senior men and women and mentorship opportunities are provided to members amongst the broader BCD community and sponsors at a national level.

BCD has awarded 12-month fully funded Luminaries memberships as scholarships annually in Adelaide for seven years. In 2018 Luminaries scholarships are offered also in Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide.

Issued by:
Penny Reidy, Marketing Manager, Behind Closed Doors on 8333 4303 or 0401 349 791 or

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