Lali is a passionate advocate for the role innovation, entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship play to help people to strengthen their organisation’s capability and accelerate positive and sustainable social impact outcomes.
Lali’s diverse career in the UK and Australia, includes 10 years of professional services experience as a corporate lawyer and management consultant, helping organisations explore the art of the possible. For over 12 years he has consolidated his commercial experience in various senior roles in the Financial Services sector, most recently leading an award-winning program that helps people to build their financial confidence. In 2016, Lali was recognised for creating a positive impact through the national program, Impact 25, which recognises the influential people in the Australian Social Sector.
Lali serves people living with disabilities as a Non-Executive Director for TAD Disability NSW and as Co-Founder of SIMO. Lali volunteers his experience, knowledge and enthusiasm on the Alumni Advisory Board of UNSW Business School and as an Advisor to social enterprises, helping people to be their best selves and lead with purpose.
Governance Institute of Australia – presenting on Stakeholder Engagement
UTS Executive Masters in Strategic Communications – presenting on Corporate Social Responsibility
UNSW Business School, presenting on Diversity and Inclusion
RMIT Governance and Sustainability conferences, presenting on innovation in the Social Sector
Aventedge Graduate Employment Outcomes and Industry Partnerships, presenting on 21st Century skills
Akolade conference, presenting on Innovative Business Models for Not for Profits
Better Boards Conference presenting on Innovation
UNSW AGSM ambassador for Maker Campaign