Engineers Australia IWD event

When: March 3 2020

Where: Perth, Australia


Engineers Australia is excited to announce Nadine Champion as the keynote speaker for its International Women’s Day 2020 event in Perth.

Join Engineers Australia in celebrating and supporting women in engineering and beyond with Engineers Australia’s International Women’s Day events around Australia in March 2020.

Engineers Australia encourages industry leaders to identify, nurture and promote the talented women in their ranks; to take concrete steps to address inequality of opportunity and of pay; and to publicise the achievements of women – not just in engineering.

In 2019, over 2,300 people turned out to celebrate International Women’s Day at its sold out events and hear directly from the men and women leading the charge for a more diverse engineering profession.

In 2020, Engineers Australia invites you to be one of them.

Venue:  Crown Perth – Great Eastern Highway, Burswood WA 6100
Arrival & Registration:  7:00am – 7:30am
Breakfast:  7:30am – 9:30am

Tickets (inc GST):
EA Member $120
Non-Member $150
Table of Ten  $1,150

About Nadine Champion

Nadine Champion is a truly inspiring keynote speaker drawing on her experiences as a martial arts Sensei (teacher), author and entrepreneur.

Dedicating thirty years of her life to studying martial arts and strengthening the mind, Nadine is a thought leader on courage, inner strength and resilience.

With a Gold Medal at the World Cup of Martial Arts and an undefeated record as a Title holding kickboxer, Nadine embodies the competitive edge. And as a woman in a traditionally male dominated arena, she has a unique insight into delivering under pressure and the importance of keeping a sense of humour.

Her colourful recollection of her Sensei’s Yoda-like wisdom includes reflections on how it can be applied both professional and personally to overcome any obstacle.

Nadine’s authenticity shines through with her life changing 10 Seconds of Courage message – a powerful call to action challenging each and every person to “change their thinking” in order to succeed. Her closing speech for TEDx Sydney 2015 is regarded as one of the most memorable of all time, with a packed audience rising to their feet in unison to applaud.

Described by high profile entrepreneur Naomi Simson as a “role model, teacher and guide”, Nadine’s “ability to show up and share that 10 seconds of courage is what it takes to get started on the toughest battle – and we all have them”.

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