25 – 26 July 2017 – Primus Hotel Sydney.
Designed for women to come together to share advice, challenges and stories, this event is organised by our friends at Liquid Learning, who have provided the below information.
The recognition of cultural diversity playing an integral role in both an organisation and community’s success is at an all-time high. For Indigenous women, the opportunity to unleash their leadership capability and reach their career goals is greater than ever. The 6th Indigenous Women’s Leadership Summit 2017 is the leading platform for women to come together to share advice, key challenges and inspiring stories. This is a chance to hear from some of the country’s most accomplished Indigenous leaders. The two-day Summit will be a mix of case studies, expert commentaries and panel discussions designed to illustrate the challenges and opportunities commonly facing Indigenous women. This event is the ideal opportunity for Indigenous women to develop the necessary skills to position themselves for both career and community success.
- Harness your natural strengths to advance your career as a leader
- Define what it means to be an Indigenous female leader
- Balance professional commitments with family and community obligations
- Align your authentic leadership style with your community values
Featured speakers include:
- The Hon Linda Burney MP Member for Barton, Shadow Minister for Human Services Parliament of Australia
- April Lawrie Director, Aboriginal EducationDepartment for Education and Child Development, South Australian Government
- Kristy Stanton General ManagerAccor Hotels
- Robyn Forester Director, Office for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs Community Services Directorate, ACT Government
- Suzanne Hullick National Head of Indigenous Banking and State General Manager SA/NT Westpac
- Anne Dennis Councillor, North West RegionNSW Aboriginal Land Council