QRC/WIMARQ IWD Breakfast
When: March 5 2020
Where: Brisbane, Australia
BHP presents the 15th annual QRC/WIMARQ International Women's Day Breakfast
Keynote speaker for the 2020 QRC/WIMARQ International Women's Day Breakfast is Katarina Carroll, Queensland's first female Police Commissioner in the service’s 159-year history.
Presented by BHP, the breakfast, which incorporates the presentation of the annual Resources Awards for Women, is an exceptional professional development event for people working in Queensland’s resources sector.
The awards recognise and promote company and individual achievements in improving the gender balance in our sector.
The breakfast and awards form part of the QRC’s Women in Resources Action Plan to increase the proportion of women in Queensland’s resources sector. The awards provide a platform to develop ambassadors, role models, champions and mentors to aid the attraction, retention and development of women in the resources sector.
The breakfast will be followed by the popular annual “great debate” featuring a panel of leading men and women in the resources sector. There will be plenty of opportunity for audience questions and interaction and networking both prior to and after the debate.
The breakfast will commence at 7:30am sharp and conclude at 9:30am.
The debate will start at 10:30am, allowing time to network over a coffee in between.
Date And Time
Thu., 5 March 2020
7:15 am – 9:30 am AEST
Royal International Convention Centre (Royal ICC)
600 Gregory Terrace
Bowen Hills, QLD 4006
About Commissioner Carroll
Commissioner Carroll graduated from the police academy in 1983 and served in leadership roles in the drug squad, crime operations and ethical standards before leading the planning and operations of the G20 Summit in Brisbane. She served as Queensland's Fire and Emergency Services Commissioner from December 2014, before being selected for her current role in 2019 after an international recruitment process.
Commissioner Carroll has served not only the people of Queensland, but also played vital roles with national and international groups including the Australia and New Zealand Counter Terrorism Committee for Command.