Elfa Moraitakis nominated for Pro Bono Australia’s 2022 Impact 25 Awards


The CEO of SydWest Multicultural Services, Elfa Moraitakis, has been nominated for Pro Bono Australia’s 2022 Impact 25 awards.

Elfa has been nominated for her exemplary leadership and commitment to the social sector, bringing vision into action as a natural change agent and collaborator, advocating for Western Sydney communities and their needs.

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Elfa has been involved in the community sector for the past 30 years and has an extensive background in developing services for linguistically disadvantaged communities, with a focus on engaging community and stakeholder participation.

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Elfa (centre) was awarded 2017 Blacktown Woman of the Year.

Elfa was awarded 2017 Blacktown Woman of the Year for supporting migrant and refugee women establishing their businesses and was one of the 2020 UNSW Alumni finalists for Social Impact and Service. She is a Director of Settlement Services International and a Director of the NSW Council of Social Services.

The Pro Bono Australia’s 2022 Impact 25 awards began in 2014 and each year they aim to recognise innovators, collaborators and change-makers across the social sector who are making a positive impact in the community.

Show your support for SydWest Multicultural Services and cast your vote for Elfa here.

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