Women in Leadership – Bendigo
Join Justine Hyde, Director of Experience at State Library Victoria, and a panel of community and arts industry leaders, to discuss gender equality and leadership.
- Friday 12 October 2018 06:30 pm until Friday 12 October 2018 08:30 pm (Add to calendar)
- Andrew Quek or Myl Duffy
Bendigo@latrobe.edu.au; 03 5444 7598
- Presented by:
- La Trobe University in partnership with Artlands Victoria, City of Greater Bendigo and Be.Bendigo
- Type of Event:
- Alumni; Community Event; Public Lecture
- $25 with all proceeds going to the Regional Women in Leadership Bursary
The fourth annual Women in Leadership event in Bendigo offers a forum designed to stimulate conversation around the topic of women in senior and leadership roles in business, government, arts and community, and explore types of leadership and different leadership journeys.
All proceeds from ticket sales go 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 $5,000 which was awarded to five Bendigo Campus students.
Amalia Di Iorio is Associate Pro Vice-Chancellor (Academic Partnerships), College of Arts, Social Sciences and Commerce; and a 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.
Justine Hyde is Director of Experience at the State Library Victoria where she leads the library’s onsite and digital user experience, public programs, exhibitions, publishing and education programs. Justine is also a writer and critic published in The Age, The Saturday Paper, Meanjin, The Australian, Melbourne Review, Newtown Review of Books, Women’s Agenda and many library journals.
Tansy Curtin is Curatorial Manager at the Bendigo Art Gallery. Prior to this she held the positions of Senior Curator 2011 to 2016 and Curator from 2006 to 2011. Tansy has project managed many of the Gallery’s key fashion and textiles exhibitions including The White Wedding Dress and Grace Kelly: Style Icon.
Tansy curated the highly successful recent exhibitions: Bendigo Art Gallery and Twentieth Century Fox present Marilyn Monroe and The costume designer: Edith Head and Hollywood.
Anne Virgo OAM is CEO and Artistic Director of Australian Print Workshop Inc – a leading Australian not-for-profit centre for fine art printmaking, located in Melbourne. Anne has held key leadership positions in the not-for-profit visual arts sector for more than 30 years and has been Director of a number of arts and artist-led organisations.
Anne’s significant contribution to visual arts (particularly in the field of printmaking) was recognised in the award of The Order of Australia Medal (OAM) in the 2015 Australia Day Honours.
Penny Rowland is Director of Marketing, Commercial and Audience Development at The Australian Ballet. She is responsible for the organisation’s main commercial operations including public programs, creative, marketing, digital, public relations, customer experience, and content creation; and has led a marketing transformation grounded in digital and technology to embed a customer-centric culture that is inclusive to existing and new audiences. Her previous executive appointments include EMI Music Australia (General Manager), Sydney Opera House (Head of Marketing), Virgin Music Australia and Sony Entertainment.
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