Tiffany helped to raise over $36,000 for Guide Dogs Victoria.
Name: Amanda Morgan
Your role: General Manager, Audit, Consumer Products and Services
Region: Docklands, Victoria
What’s your story?
I’m a consumer journalist turned lawyer who has become an internal auditor! My career has been spent shining a light on things that aren’t quite right, even if it’s made me unpopular on occasion. I’ve spent the last 10 years at NAB working in Risk and Audit to help our business manage risk for the benefit of our customers.
How have you made a difference?
I hope that my legacy at NAB is leaving things in better shape than what I found them in. Through my audit work, I’ve been able to call out things that need to be fixed. Many of these issues haven’t had an easy solution but they were issues that were simply accepted over the years because there’s always something else that needs to be done. I’ve also played a role in helping NAB to listen to staff who are brave enough to speak up through our whistleblower program. My involvement with NAB’s disability agenda via NABility setting up a Sydney Chapter has been another highlight.
What are you passionate about?
What matters to me is to create an inclusive environment where everyone benefits from multiple perspectives, not just the dominant ones. Through my volunteer work with NABility and teaching ethics to a primary school class, I see the benefits of this, as well as the challenges, every day. It’s only if we harness this diversity that we will truly move forward personally, at NAB and in broader society.