Virtual discussion group: Emerging professionals – WA
What is on your mind for 2024?
Bring your thoughts to the table. This is your chance to address the latest developments shaping the governance and risk management landscape.
Join your governance and risk management peers for an informal roundtable exchange of ideas and practical advice.
We bring you together to discuss current trends and issues in your role. This is your unique opportunity to unpack challenges with your community and hear from expert guest speakers.
This is also an excellent opportunity to build your governance and risk management network.
Hayley Edwards FGIA, Director, FM Health Group Pty Ltd
Hayley is a State Councillor at Governance Institute of Australia (GIA), a Director at FM Health Group Pty Ltd, and a mentor at Wedu. With over 20 years of experience in various sectors, including local government, military, and emergency services and holding a Fellow of Governance Institute of Australia (FGIA) and a Graduate of Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD) credentials, demonstrating disciplined adherence to ethical standards and best practices in governance and leadership.
Hayley's core competencies include intergovernmental relations, International relations, strategic planning, risk and audit, stakeholder engagement, and public speaking. Hayley has a diverse educational background, with a postgraduate qualification in Policy and Politics, a diploma in Local Government, and a Diploma in Clinical Practice (Paramedic). Hayley is currently pursuing an MBA at Curtin University and is passionate about women's leadership, philanthropy, advocacy, strategic engagement, and community development. Hayley’s goal is to make a positive difference in the community she serves.
What is in it for you?
Learn about governance and risk management career journeys, the education requirements, and understand more about best practice.
Who should attend?
We welcome anyone who’s starting out or considering a career in governance, especially those in:
- financial services
- local and state government
- not-for-profit organisations and associations
- health and aged care organisations
- education sector.