To achieve our strategic objectives, the Committee for Geelong uses its:
Financial capability achieved through attracting financial input from government, business and not-for-profits, together with the collective intelligence and critical mass of members, leaders, staff and partners.
To stimulate economic prosperity and innovation we will:
- Invest in independent study and research.
- Advocate for Geelong’s transformation to a smart, globally connected city developing the skills, innovation and jobs for the future.
- Assist in attracting major national and international events and activities to Geelong.
- Advocate for the regionalisation of Government agencies and major corporate entities with a focus on them establishing either a presence or headquarters in Geelong.
- Actively support both ‘start-up’ and scaleups.
To drive infrastructure, capacity and liveability we will:
- Actively support the development of social and digital infrastructure and policies that advance
the liveability of Geelong.
- Actively support the development of Geelong’s transport sector including road, rail, Avalon Airport and Geelong Port.
To deliver community leadership and advocacy we will:
- Develop the capacity and influence of regional leaders through the delivery of leadership programs.
- Develop a strong policy for Victoria’s Second City that includes sustainable growth and captures the brand essence and single voice of Geelong.
“Leadership is not about the position you hold, but the difference you make,”
Toni Van Hammond, LfG 2006 Alumni
Since 2006, the CfG has delivered leadership programs to support Geelong’s transformation into a world-class city-region.
Recruitment for Leaders for Geelong 2019/2020 now open
A two-year program that develops personal leadership capacity through a unique learning experience, designed to address the current social, economic and environmental issues of importance to the Geelong city-region.
Committee For Geelong
Level 1 Sally Walker Building,
1 Gheringhap Street,
Geelong, Victoria, 3250
We acknowledge the land for which the Wadawurrung people are the traditional owners and custodians. We remember their ancestors with respect and commit ourselves to work for reconciliation and justice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.