International Women’s Day Event – SA
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.
Natasha Rees, Mentoring Consultant and Governance Specialist
Natasha is an accomplished change leader, and Fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia, Natasha Rees has extensive experience in designing and implementing complex public policy and transformational change projects in the human services sector.
Natasha is skilled at working in community environments to establish collaborative approaches to difficult problems. Prior to establishing her own consulting business supporting social purpose organisations, Natasha had an extensive career in federal and state government where she designed and implemented several significant national social policy initiatives including a national disability employment information service that won a United Nations Public Service Award. She is currently chair of Access 2 Place, a not-for-profit disability housing provider, and on several national and international boards in the health sector including the South Australian Board of the Medical Board of Australia.
Ella McDougall is the General Manager Legal and Governance at ACH Group
Ella Specialises in corporate and commercial law, risk management and governance, Ella has worked as a corporate lawyer in a variety of industries for over a decade.
After gaining a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Health Science from Adelaide University, she completed a Bachelor of Law and Legal Practice from Flinders University, an MBA from Torrens University, a Certificate of Corporate Governance from the Governance Institute of Australian
Who should attend?
- Non-executive Directors
- Chief Executive Officers
- Chief Financial Officers
- Governance and risk management professionals
- Retired members
- Government/Public sector professionals
- Non-Government organisations