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Women in Governance Luncheon with Tracey Vieira

Thursday, 13 July 2017
12:30pm to 2:00pm
Stamford Plaza Brisbane
Corner of Edward and Margaret Streets
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The Women in Governance Luncheons aim to bring together women in the governance profession. The events feature presentations by women recognised for their achievements, as an inspiration to other women. The speakers share with the women attending their experiences in reaching the peak of their profession.

We are pleased to welcome Tracey Vieira, Screen Queensland CEO and 2016 Telstra Queensland Business Woman of the Year as our guest speaker for this luncheon.

Tracey is passionate about the arts and has used her business acumen to turn this interest into a successful career. She spent a decade in Los Angeles as Executive Vice President of International Production for Ausfilm. While abroad, and in partnership with Screen Queensland, she has attracted more than $1.5 billion of production spend to Australia.

In 2014, she relocated her family to Australia to take up the role of CEO at Screen Queensland. In this role, Tracey is responsible for growing the screen industry’s contribution to the economic and cultural wellbeing of Queensland.

Tracey is passionate about helping the industry transition into a contemporary screen environment as technology rapidly changes how audiences view content. Under Tracey’s guidance, Screen Queensland is now leading the way in Australia, developing stories and content in the digital environment.

Tracey is Telstra's 2016 Queensland Business Woman of the Year and a non-executive director of RSPCA Queensland, MediaRING, The Arts Centre Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast Arts Advisory Board. She also sits on the Board of Advisors for the US based organisation Australians in Film. 

Tracey will discuss her career as a CEO, Non-Executive Director and Board Advisor. She will share her journey of becoming Chief Executive Officer of Screen Queensland, including her prior role as Executive Vice President of International Production for AusFilm. Tracey will also discuss her advocacy for the film industry both in Queensland and Australia, as well as some insights on improving women’s status within the film industry.

If you are interested in booking a table of eight ($800 inc GST), please contact Natalie Hosking on 07 3229 6879.