Featured Articles About Dynamic Zenergy CEO's Mission To Keep Her Uncle's Legacy Alive By Paying It Forward

Charles Sturt University - Alumni Magazine August 2021 Issue

Charles Sturt University (CSU) wanted to feature Melinda Stevenson's career story for the August 2021 issue of the Alumni Magazine, as their theme for that month was about giving back to the community.

CSU contacted Dynamic Zenergy's CEO to organise the magazine article interview as they found out that CPA Australia featured Melinda's career story on their Facebook post on 1st April 2021.

Melinda's career story article is on page 36 of the August 2021 magazine issue. Melinda is grateful for CSU's support in helping increase awareness about the invaluable services that Plumtree provides to the community. Plumtree Children's Services Ltd is a not-for-profit organisation she has supported as treasurer and board member for over ten years.

Melinda is dedicating the August 2021 magazine issue to her dearest uncle for everything he did for her family, for which she is forever grateful. Through the CSU's article, her uncle's memory lives on as her mission to pay it forward keeps his legacy alive.

The video shown below is the August 2021 issue of the Alumni magazine.

Macquarie University - Alumni Focus Article (Published On 27th October 2021)

Melinda felt honoured when Macquarie University (MQ) featured her career story in the "Macquarie Matters Alumni Focus" segment. 

MQ contacted the Dynamic Zenergy CEO to write an article about her career story when they found out she was one of the finalists at the Charles Sturt University (CSU) Distinguished Alumni Awards in the same category ("Service to the Community") for two consecutive years in 2020 and 2021.

When MQ found out about the CSU awards recognition mentioned above, they asked Melinda to nominate for the MQ Alumni Awards. The Plumtree CEO and Chairman supported her nomination for the Alumni Awards in the 'Social Impact and Service' category in 2021. The winners are due to be announced around late 2021.

The video shown below is the MQ article published on 27th October 2021.