Our top 30 most influential people
Many desire it, only a select few command it and measuring it is a precarious task.
The Daily Examiner’s second annual Power 30 is doing exactly that, naming the men and women who are influencing the future of the Clarence Valley.
Today we reveal the final 10 most influential people in the Clarence Valley region, including the one person we believe has held the most sway in 2018.
The names have been finalised and ranked in good faith by a panel of five and provides a unique snapshot of how influence is wielded in our great area across all sectors, including business, politics, the arts, sport, law and health.
It is, of course, highly subjective and will be debated in households from Yamba to Grafton, Copmanhurst to Wooli and everywhere in between.
Chins will wag, glass jaws will shatter and the only certainty is that no one will agree. We hope there is plenty of discussion and welcome your feedback.
The one thing everyone on the list invariably shares is a passion for our region and a drive to effect change.