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The Foundation's mission is to invest in outstanding Australians from all fields of endeavour who demonstrate remarkable qualities of leadership and have the ability to deliver outcomes and inspire others for the benefit of Australia.
To achieve its mission with the highest standard of integrity, the Foundation is committed to ensuring that personal relationships should not influence or even give the impression of influencing decisions on the award of Scholarships. The Foundation continues to rely on good and thoughtful judgment by every individual involved in the mission to prevent most Conflicts of Interest.