Ashlee Harrison leads the way in leadership with Catholic Education Young Leadership Award nomination


Ashlee Harrison. Picture: Matt Jelonek  d452259
Ashlee Harrison. Picture: Matt Jelonek d452259

Ms Harrison (28) founded the Zero 2 Hero organisation after losing her father to suicide and was also recognised as one of Australia’s 100 Women of Influence and awarded the Pride of Australia Medal in 2015.

The awards recognise programs on a local, state and national level.

Joining Ms Harrison as a finalist is Scarborough resident Scott Bennett (29) who is up for the Scott Print Environment and Sustainability Award and Osborne Park Christopher Brennan-Jones (27) who is in the running for the Goodlife Health Clubs Health and Wellbeing Award.

Finalists will be presented and winners announced at the Parmelia Hilton on Friday May 13 along with the winner of the Western Australian Young Achiever of the Year.