AGL’s Manager Corporate Responsibility
Marg is passionate about helping others. As AGL’s Manager, Corporate Responsibility she develops, implements and manages AGL’s strategic charity partnerships and runs AGL’s workplace giving and volunteering program. Marg has also recently taken on the responsibility of developing AGL’s Reconciliation Action Plan. Marg’s favourite part of her role is being exposed to the great work charities to do make a difference to people’s lives and, seeing so many generous AGL people donating, fundraising and giving their time to others less fortunate.
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