IMP (THE INDIGENOUS MARATHON PROJECT)
The Indigenous Marathon Project (IMP) would not be able to function without the dedicated efforts of our Champion Fundraisers. This year we welcome Danielle (Dani) Harmer as our Champion Fundraiser. Dani has already been working hard in raising much needed funds that will enable us to select, train, mentor and guide our 2021 IMP Squad across the line to achieve their first marathon.
Join Rob De Castella and Dani Harmer (this year’s Indigenous Marathon Project Corporate Ambassador) along with some of the 2021 project participants by soaking in the ambience and indulging in a Pialligo Estate Glasshouse dining experience. We’ll be raising much-needed funds for the Indigenous Marathon Foundation to further support indigenous health promotion across Australia. The night will be hosted by Canberra’s favourite Sports Journalist Tim Gavel, featuring live cultural entertainment, speakers, and a live auction. Tickets include a 3-course meal with a drink on entry (cash bar also available). It will be a great night for a great cause.
Date and time
Wednesday, 29 September 2021
6:30 pm – 10:00 pm AEST
Pialligo Estate Glasshouse
Seat or table selection
$150 per seat, $1500 per table (10 seats)
Don’t forget to mention your dietary requirement when buying your ticket.
Please contact IMF to discuss options via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
2021 Corporate Ambassador
Danielle is well and truly the personification of a local Canberra girl who has gone on to achieve big things in life. Danielle spent the last 12 years driving new digital revenue models and growth for media and real estate outlets in the US and Australia. Her career post-graduation has taken her from Canberra to Sydney to New York and back again, having been pivotal in growing iconic websites including The New York Times, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian Financial Review, just to name a few. Her current role is General Manager of Canberra’s leading real estate portal – AllHomes, where she manages a local team of 30 people.
A career highlight for Danielle was landing a job in New York City at The New York Times, as part of a team that launched digital subscriptions – the biggest strategic leap for the NYTimes in over 150 years. Danielle was the winner of the 2019 UC Chancellor’s Young Alumni Award, named in Brainmates’ Top 20 Leading Women in Product Management across Australia/NZ; and has been featured in numerous articles and accolades in the media. Danielle is now blending her career back home in Canberra with raising three young children.