Nomination caps a great year

SUCCESSFULLY going from legal eagle to business winner has earned Australian Heritage Group managing director Sally Capp (top left) a nomination for Business News’ 40 Under 40 program.

Besides her role with Australian Heritage Group, Ms Capp also is on the board of DJ Carmichael and heavily involved with charity groups.

She was an inaugural committee member for the Walk for the Cure event and is on the board of Foodbank Australia.

Ms Capp was nominated by her former Freehills colleague Rob Franklyn.

He said she deserved to be recognised for the work she had done with Australian Heritage Group.

Australian Heritage Group’s Tony Barton said he lured her from Freehills to work with him when he formed AHG.

“She is quite an outstanding young girl,” Mr Barton said.

“Besides her le-gal skills she has outstanding people skills. She tackles business in the right way.

“She’s good at getting behind the desk, doing the business plan, rallying the troops around her and implementing it.”

Mr Barton said her former boss at Melbourne law firm Herbert Geer and Rundle had been so impressed with her he had referred her to him when she left the firm to come to WA.

So far 96 names have been put forward for 40 Under 40. Nominations close on December 31.

And 40 Under 40 featured nominee last week, Tamara Stevens (bottom left), has left the Wine Industry Association of WA to become the chief executive officer of the Australian Gold Council.

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