CPA Australia's Women in Leadership Lunch
When: March 13 2020
Where: Canberra, Australia
This year’s CPA Australia Women in Leadership lunch works hand in hand with the International Women’s Day theme #EachforEqual, encouraging women and men to actively fight against stereotypes and bias by being unapologetically you.
By being your best and authentic self in the work place you can improve situations, broaden perceptions and develop a work environment that provides equal opportunity for all.
CPA Australia welcomes the women of Canberra to join us for its annual Women in Leadership Lunch on 13 March 2020. Join them for lunch at Hotel Realm to hear from Canberra’s best and brightest on why it is important to be unapologetically you.
The MC for the event is Genevieve Jacob, a journalist within Canberra and regional Australia for nearly 30 years. In that time, she has worked with rural newspapers on the South West Slopes, freelanced for national magazines and spent a decade working with ABC Radio Canberra.
She has and continues to work with a wide range of Canberra organisations including the Tara Costigan Foundation, and Gift of Life ACT, she sits on the ACT’s advisory committee for Historic Places and the boards of the National Folk Festival, Canberra International Music Festival, M16 artspace and the Conflict Resolution Service.
Genevieve has a passion for building community and creating inclusive discussion. She is very excited to join CPA Australia for the Canberra Women in Leadership Lunch 2020, having expressed how passionate she is about the importance of events working to increase the presence and performance of women in the workplace.
Panel members include Dixie Crawford, Sue Salthouse, and Sarah Lawrance
Dixie is a Barkindji woman from Broken Hill and Brewarrina in New South Wales. She is currently the Director of Source Nation, an Aboriginal owned and operated business whose vision is to mobilise conscious leadership and enterprise with Aboriginal communities.
She has previously gained more than 13 years of experience in the NSW Public Service working cross Government and with Corporate and Not-for-Profit Organisations.
Alongside these work efforts she also hosts the podcast ‘A Point of View’ and fiercely advocates for both female and aboriginal rights.
Sue has worked in the area of social justice since 1996, playing an active role in the systemic advocacy for women with disabilities.
She lives in Canberra where she runs her own consultancy company that specialises in work in the disability sector and conducts social research, policy analysis and advice in several areas including project development and management, conference facilitation and TAFE teaching.
In 2014 she was named ACT Senior Woman of the Year, followed by Canberra Citizen of the Year 2015 and a nomination for ACT Senior Australia of the Year 2015.
Sarah is the Founder and Managing Director of Hot Toast, an innovative accounting firm in Sydney specialising in the creative, technology and innovation industries.
Sarah founded Hot Toast in 2015 with the goal of helping small to medium businesses, fuelled by a passion for providing insights and value to businesses in a way that supports aggressive growth strategies. Sarah is also a member of the NSW Divisional Council, being a representative of the Public Practice sector.
Members - AUD $80 (incl. GST)
Non-Members - AUD $100 (incl. GST)
Friday, 13 March, 2020
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
E. Australia Time
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18 National Circuit
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory 2600