No newsletter this year – instead, a quick ACIG Christmas Quiz!
Q1 Which super-cool professional ACIG consultant, when freshening up before a big meeting overseas, managed to knock her handbag into a basin, trigger the sensor tap, and flood her bag with water?
Q2 Which of the following clients did ACIG work with this year?
- Yarra Ranges Shire Council
- Victorian Department of Justice and Regulation
- IBAC – Independent Broad-based Anti-Corruption Commission
- Glen Eira City Council
- Rural Councils Victoria
- ACT Health Directorate
- ICANN’s Governmental Advisory Committee (GAC)
Q3 In this photo, ACIG consultant Tom Dale (left) is sitting beside the (very important and very Swiss) Chair of ICANN’s Governmental Advisory Committee.
The pair were in Marrakech, facilitating discussions with about 200 government reps. Oh, and all that was at stake was the historic transfer of the stewardship of the Internet from US supervision to a multistakeholder model.
What is Tom thinking?
Q4 True or False? In the past year or so ACIG team members have successfully completed: the AICD Company Directors Course; a Diploma of Business; Indigenous Cultural Awareness and Language training; French lessons; Italian lessons; and a Masters of Evaluation.
Q5 ACIG’s office is in Carlton because:
- The lease makes good business sense.
- The coffee makes good business sense.
- The restaurants make good business sense.
- Being just outside the free tram zone ensures only genuine clients visit.
Q6 Which favourite ACIG consultant is moving in 2017 to a new, interesting role in State Government? And, for bonus points, how much will we miss her?
From the ACIG team to you and yours, we wish you a merry Christmas and a prosperous 2017.
Q1 Michelle Scott Tucker, who took a surprisingly long time to work out what was actually going on before she managed to turn the tap off. Then she tipped out the contents (soggy); poured out the water; checked her phone (safe in a side pocket); and stuffed the bag with paper towels. But her lipstick looked fabulous.
Q2 All of them!
Q3 Did someone really just propose an ICANN meeting in Australia? I’m not buying the beer…
Q5 All of the above
Q6 Tracey Hind. Lots and lots. But she leaves with all our best wishes and our grateful thanks for excellent work.