In this week’s episode we’re talking fearless female leadership with Clare Pearson, CEO for Little Wings.
Little Wings is a charity based at Bankstown Aerodrome that provides FREE air and ground transport for seriously ill children from regional and rural NSW, ultimately, providing access to life-saving medical treatment via the Sydney Children’s Hospital Network and John Hunter Children’s Hospital.
Clare is a strong believer in the power of people and believes a united effort can affect meaningful and significant change on a local and global level.
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Clare is the CEO at Little Wings, commencing her tenure in 2019; she has dedicated her career to the not-for-proﬁt sector. Most recently she has fulﬁlled roles as CEO in the anti-human traﬃcking and dis-ability industries.
Clare is a qualiﬁed psychologist, specialising in child and adolescent welfare, and is passionate about working in community-based projects aimed at making a diﬀerence in the lives of children and their families.
Following her training, Clare worked in positions of senior leadership in both Australia and the United Kingdom, establishing new projects of purpose and developing, leading and inspiring teams in executing innovative programs in the areas of child protection, early intervention, disability and education.
More recently, Clare authored a book titled, Threads of Hope, with the goal of celebrating the lives of human traﬃcking survivors. Ultimately, shining a light on the devastating scars humans have battled, the survivor stories of triumph and the incredible work, passion and intervention oﬀered by Australians in creating change, raising the voice of those unable.
Clare is a strong believer in the power of people, whereby a united eﬀort can aﬀect meaningful and signiﬁcant change on a local and global level.