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International Women’s Day Event – VIC

8 March 2024 12:00pm - 3:00pm
RACV City Club, Level 2 Bourke Room MELBOURNE VIC
Member $120
Non-Member $150
Subscriber $140

Getting to the causes of inequality to #InspireInclusion

“Imagine a gender equal world. A world free of bias, stereotypes, and discrimination. A world that's diverse, equitable, and inclusive. A world where difference is valued and celebrated. Together we can forge women's equality. Collectively we can all #InspireInclusion.” International Women’s Day 2024

Everyone is invited to join us for our International Women’s Day Lunch as we explore the deeper causes of inequality and how we can address them.

With a focus on fostering equality, panel members will discuss women’s inclusion, successful initiatives and experiences as well as ways we can all drive positive change.

When we inspire others to understand and value women's inclusion we build a foundation of belonging, relevance, and empowerment.

Join fellow governance professionals, hear from influential guest speakers, engage in the conversation and feel empowered to #InspireInclusion.

What is in it for you?

  • Feel inspired and empowered by women who have excelled in their careers.
  • Learn about future opportunities for women in governance
  • Hear from our speakers about their professional accomplishments, lessons they learnt and their advice to women on their leadership journey and those supporting the journey.

Speakers highlights 

Katie Moore, General Manager, Policy, Research & Strategic Programs
Katie is a proud Wiradyuri woman with belonging to Central NSW, while having lived mostly on Darug country in Western Sydney.

She is passionate about creating meaningful change that improves the lives of people. In the five years prior to joining Reconciliation Australia, she project managed strategic initiatives at the University of Sydney within the Research and Indigenous portfolios.

As General Manager Policy, Research and Strategic Programs, Katie leads the organisation’s key strategic policy and research initiatives, including the Community Truth-telling Pathways, Indigenous Governance Program, and research outputs, State of Reconciliation in Australia and the Australian Reconciliation Barometer.

Katie was the University of Sydney’s first known Indigenous MBA graduate and is currently a Master of Philosophy (Science) candidate, exploring research in Wiradyuri governance. She holds a Bachelor of Business in International Tourism Management, a Master of Business Administration (MBA) and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD).

Clare Gleghorn, Chief Executive Officer, Bastion Reputation

Clare Gleghorn is the CEO of Bastion Reputation, one of Australia’s leading strategic corporate communications and business consultancies. It works with CEOs, governments, industry bodies, businesses and organisations in a range of sectors to help address business challenges, influence outcomes and build and safeguard reputations. Clare has two decades of experience working in government, public affairs and corporate communications roles both client and agency side in Australia and overseas. She specialises in crisis and issues management, digital reputation, corporate positioning, stakeholder engagement, board, executive and CEO counsel, facilitation and training, communications and business strategy, and creative storytelling

Kimberly Randle, CEO, Fair Supply

Kimberly is a founder and CEO of Fair Supply, Kimberly is an experienced and innovative human rights advocate specialising in modern slavery. Kimberly has over 15 years experience working in law and human rights for top tier firms in Australia and the United States, previously holding the role of Senior Director of Corporate and Legal for International Justice Mission Australia. Kimberly is a sought-after expert and speaker in the field of modern slavery and has been called upon to provide evidence for both the NSW and Commonwealth Parliamentary Inquiries into Human Trafficking. Kimberly received her Bachelor of Law from Macquarie University.

Brooke Haigh, Company Secretary, Australian Council of Superannuation Investors (ACSI)

Brooke is a Chartered Secretary with over 15 years corporate governance, company secretariat and compliance experience working for listed and unlisted companies such as Bank Australia, Jemena, MLC Life Insurance, Bupa and Kinetic Superannuation (Sunsuper/Australian Retirement Trust). She is currently the Company Secretary at the Australian Council of Superannuation Investors (ACSI). Brooke is a Fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia (FGIA) and Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD). She has also sat on the GIA’s Victorian State Council for the last 7 years.

Who should attend?  

  • Directors
  • Non-executive Directors
  • Chief Executive Officers
  • Chief Financial Officers
  • Governance and risk management professionals
  • Retired members
  • Government/Public sector professionals
  • Non-Government organisations

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