Women in leadership - Albury-Wodonga
Facilitated by Professor Amalia Di Iorio, join Alana Johnson and a panel of community and industry leaders, to discuss gender equality, rural development and leadership.
- Thursday 12 October 2017 06:30 pm until Thursday 12 October 2017 08:30 pm (Add to calendar)
- Cindy Sloan, Tammy Ebert
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- Presented by:
- La Trobe University in partnership with City of Wodonga, YWCA, and Business Women Albury-Wodonga
- Type of Event:
- Alumni; Community Event; Forum/symposium; Public Lecture; Public
This is the second annual Women in Leadership event presented by La Trobe in partnership with City of Wodonga, YWCA and Business Women Albury Wodonga. The events are designed to stimulate a conversation around the topic of women in senior and leadership roles in business, government and community and explore types of leadership and different leadership journeys
All money from ticket sales goes to the Regional Women in Leadership Bursary. The purpose of the fund is to provide bursaries to female La Trobe students in regional Victoria who are aspiring to leadership positions but are experiencing some disadvantage during the course of their studies. Last year’s event raised over $5000, which was awarded to five Albury-Wodonga students.
Alana Johnson – is a pioneer of the rural women’s movement, who has worked as a government advisor, clinical family therapist, writer, public speaker, social worker and lecturer.
Alana is a fifth generation farmer with a national and international reputation as a change agent
Amalia Di Iorio - Professor of Finance at La Trobe University with an active international research profile and numerous highly regarded publications.
Amalia has a particular interest in women’s financial literacy and other factors that influence positive outcomes for women.
118 Hovell St Wodonga
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