2021 She Leads Conference – Networking Event

*This event is part of our annual She Leads Conference event which is now sold out. You can still be a part of our flagship event at our networking session

Join us and meet other like-minded women at our networking event as part of our 2021 She Leads Conference at Kambri ANU. This event is an exclusive opportunity for you to share stories and create meaningful connections with women who are on their own leadership journey.

This event also includes complimentary drinks and canapes, as well as entertainment and games so you can enjoy connecting and finding new opportunities for yourself in a fun and relaxed environment.

Get tickets now before they run out!

About the 2021 She Leads Conference

Our 2021 She Leads Conference is a premier event for women at all stages of their career will be held at Kambri Cultural Centre, ANU on Friday 23 July 2021, and is set to attract a diverse range of women leaders, including non-binary people, from every industry and vocation in Canberra and beyond. It will inspire and equip you to build your leadership skills, share stories, and will grow your capacity to thrive in your community or workplace while supporting other women.

This year’s theme is Power – and what it’s like to have it, own it, and challenge it.

Through a packed program of keynote speeches, panels, seminars and networking sessions, we will explore leadership through the lens of Power, and equip you with skills, strategies and concepts to take back to your professional and personal lives. You will learn how to deconstruct and reconstruct notions of power and gain an understanding of how power influences our systems and structures, and how you can use it to the benefit of yourself and those you lead.

The complete program, speaker line-up and scholarship availability will be released soon. In the meantime, we can tell you that television presenter and personality Jan Fran will be joining us again this year as MC!

You will also hear from Walkley-award-winning journalist, author, speaker, and creator of the #LetHerSpeak campaign, Nina Funnell, as well as Gamilaroi woman, writer and academic, Amy Thunig. More to be released soon.

You can learn more about our previous She Leads Conferences.