In order to address gender inequality, we think it’s important to listen to and amplify women’s voices. That’s why we have created the She Leads In-Conversation Series, which is the latest addition to the She Leads program of events.
These quarterly, evening events will provide Canberrans with the opportunity to hear from women leaders from different backgrounds and industries, in a conversational format, followed by a live Q&A session, and networking with drinks and canapes.
If you’ve been to any of our She Leads events in the past, you’ll know that we put on a great show. If you haven’t been a She Leads event, the In-Conversation Series is the perfect way to start your She Leads journey.
Wednesday 22 November – She Leads In-Conversation with Virginia Haussegger and Jane Alver
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The 2017 She Leads In-Conversation Series is made possible through the generous support of our partners:
University of Canberra – The University of Canberra (UC) has supported the She Leads Program since 2015 as Venue Partner for the inspiring She Leads College Conference. We are pleased to welcome them on board as the Principal Partner for the 2017 She Leads In-Conversation Series. Visit our blog to read more about UC’s commitment to gender equality.
Hays – As the leading global specialist recruiting group, Hays believes in powering women’s ambition. Hays is committed to helping women develop career opportunities, and that’s why they have come on board as a She Leads Champion for both the She Leads In-Conversation Series and the She Leads Conference in 2017.
HESTA – HESTA has supported the She Leads Program since 2014, when they partnered with us for the inaugural She Leads Conference. As one of Australia’s leading superannuation funds, HESTA is committed to creating a better future for all Australians, and to providing valuable resources and advice regarding superannuation planning for women.