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WOMEN LEAD AUSTRALIA

Women Lead Australia

Australia has a long way to go when it comes to women in corporate leadership, with only 12 women CEOs in the ASX 200 and with a pay gap of 18%. In fact, statistics suggest that the gap between male and female employment rates is a key factor preventing a rise in Australia's GDP and economic activity.

In 2015, we took our first step towards solving this problem. We launched Women Lead Australia, a 1:1 mentoring program for female executives in Australia. Over 13 weeks, Australia’s top leaders interacted with and mentored aspiring women leaders, who, by the end of the program, were ready to take their careers to new heights.

Now, to take the next big leap, we’re launching Women Lead Australia Chapter 2. And we invite you to be a part of the journey. Through our combined efforts, we are confident that Australia will see a second wave of capable women leaders, ready to usher in a new era of equality.

HCL TECHNOLOGIES LTD.

HCL Technologies is the fastest growing IT services brand in the world. We help enterprises reimagine and transform their businesses through digital technology solutions.

HCL operates out of 32 countries globally, with significant presence in Australia. We have offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Tasmania and Perth. HCL is an endorsed Federal Government supplier and works with some of Australia’s largest financial institutions, supermarket chains and telecommunications companies. We also work with City Councils - including organizations such as Sydney Trains and Novotech.

Businesses across industries stand at an inflection point today due to far-reaching disruptions fuelled by Automation, Cloud and Digitalization. The momentum of change, stimulated by an explosion of data and connected devices, software defined infrastructure, cloud-enabled as-a-service and experience driven digital platforms, is forcing enterprises to reimagine their business and rewire it for success in the new world. Success also means developing an inclusive, enabling and empowering workplace. HCL focuses on providing an integrated portfolio of services, as underlined by its Mode 1–2–3 growth strategy. Mode 1 encompasses the core services in the areas of Applications, Infrastructure, BPO and Engineering & R&D services, leveraging DRYiCE™ Autonomics to transform clients' business and IT landscape, making them 'lean' and 'agile'. Mode 2 focuses on experience-centric and outcome-oriented services such as Digital and Analytics, IoT WoRKS™, Cloud and Security, utilizing DRYiCE™ Orchestration to drive business outcomes and enable enterprise digitalization. Our Mode 3 strategy is ecosystem-driven: where we create innovative IP-partnerships with our expansive partner ecosystem, to build ground-up a strong products and platforms business.

Sustainability is a cornerstone of our global operations. We believe business growth can only be sustained when pursuits of profit are balanced with social and environmental imperatives.

Our commitment to gender diversity and inclusion is more than a corporate priority. Providing an inclusive workplace and tools for women to progress are part of our culture. In recognition of this, UN Women and The UN Global Compact conferred HCL Technologies with the 2014 Women’s Empowerment Principles (WEPs) Leadership Award for developing and implementing WEP’s seven principles for advancing and empowering women in the workplace, marketplace, and community. We are also a partner to the World Economic Forum Women Leader and Gender Parity community, and remain responsible for steering the overall program.

Through these programs HCL remains committed to enhancing the presence of women talent in corporate leadership.

Who can be a Mentor

Women Lead Australia invites established leaders in the upper realms of Australia’s leading corporations as Mentors to this program. We call for inspiring individuals serving as C Level Executives Australia's top corporations committed to bringing about an impact on the issue of gender diversity in Corporate Australia by sharing their insights and experience into counselling. They are equipped to advise and support their mentees on the intricacies and essentials of leadership at the most senior levels.

The relationship with their mentor will provide mentees with an insight to the commitment, expectations and focus required to successfully lead organizations and significant directorates and departments. The experience assists mentees to shape their aspirations and strategy and make their ambition of reaching high leadership positions in business achievable.

WHY SHOULD YOU APPLY

The platform provides mentors with an opportunity to work with high-potential emerging leaders and relearn their guidance and coaching skills. The program will place mentors in an elite company of senior leaders coming together to fight for a larger cause of gender equality in Corporate Australia.

MEET THE MENTORS

Joseph Smith

Joseph Smith is the Director Products Cloud Business Singtel-Optus. In this role Smith lead out the execution of the Singtel-Optus Cloud Product Vision and Strategy. Helping enable organisations to explore new business ideas and innovations through Singtel-Optus’ Cloud products and services. Responsible for developing integrated Product Roadmaps and sourcing required board level stakeholder agreement and investment. Smith’s goals for organisations is to create platforms and services that are modernised allowing organisations the ability to have the building blocks to drive innovation and respond to customer and market demands. Smith relishes the challenge of integrating and transforming customers’ traditional technologies into new these modern services, ensuring existing investments are fully leveraged and incorporated into new hybrid cloud solutions.

Before joining Optus, Smith worked as a Strategic Programs Manager for at HP, working for the COO and was responsible for the data centre portfolio that generated in the hundreds of millions in annual revenue and worked on companywide initiatives to drive revenue and cost improvements. Smith has 22 years’ experience in the ICT industry spanning most functions technical, projects, delivery, business operations, sales and business unit management. Smith has a Diploma of Business, from the Australian Institute of Management and an MBA from the Australian Institute of Business.

Patrick Misciagna

Patrick is the Head of Run IT, responsible for all facets of IT Infrastructure and Operations at Woolworths Group, which includes iconic Australian brands such as Woolworths Supermarkets, Countdown Supermarkets (NZ), Big W, BWS and Dan Murphy’s. Patrick is an accomplished executive with a proven background in business transformation driving sustainable business improvement through structured change programs. He has successfully delivered sustainable business and functional turnarounds through service improvement, people, process and technology investment. Patrick’s team have implemented a holistic service improvement program proactively driving a risk based approach for IT, whilst developing alternative technology service choices within the organisation. management and leadership.

Angeline Achariya

Angeline is a highly capable senior executive with extensive experience in commercialising innovation, strategy development and end to end R&D execution. Angeline’s leadership in fast moving consumer goods & food service retail in commercialising innovation across Australia, New Zealand, Japan, China and Thailand markets has resulted in a successful track record of over 800 innovations launched across grocery and quick service restaurants. Angeline’s career in the food industry has spanned from small business, consultancy to blue chip FMCG companies like Masterfoods Japan; Fonterra, Yum! Brands and Mondelez International and has delivered significant projects in innovation and change management initiatives over her career. She is a highly sought after innovation speaker at national and international innovation conferences/workshops on innovation leadership/management and export pathways to Asia. Angeline’s strong commercial and innovation skills have paved the way for her leading and establishing a world first innovation capability and services start-up, the Mondelez International Food Innovation Centre (FIC). The FIC has now transitioned to Monash University as a timeshare innovation services start up to support the growth and revitalisation of the Australian food manufacturing industry. 2015.

Danielle Ryan

With over 23 years’ experience in financial services across 3 institutions, Danielle has worked across multiple channels including retail, business and corporate banking, third party distribution, operations and training. As the Head of Operations & Process Excellence within BOQ Business, her focus has been on driving operational excellence across the division enabling it to effectively deliver on future strategic initiatives across process and systems improvement, brand enhancement, product development and people engagement. She has a demonstrated capability to manage significant change programs and deliver on required business improvement initiatives most recently managing the team to deliver on an initiative which resulted in an organisational saving of over $12m. Danielle was also a proud mentee on the Women Lead Australia Program 2015.

Sheela Maji

Sheela Maji’s career spans 19 years in Outsourcing Services, with experience across Asia Pacific region in Strategic Sales and Account Management. Sheela joined Serco in 2015. Working with the Sector Managing Directors, she is focussed on driving profitable growth and sales effectiveness across Serco’s business in Justice, Immigration, Health, Citizen Services, Defence and Transport. Prior to joining Serco, Sheela spent 16 years with Hewlett-Packard/EDS, with responsibility for HP’s Strategic Sales Centre for Asia Pacific. She has an MBA from the Australian Graduate School of Management (UNSW) and Bachelors and Masters in Economics from the University of Calcutta.

Kim Wenn

Kim commenced at Tabcorp in April 2005 and has held several positions in Tabcorp’s wagering technology field before being appointed to Group CIO in June 2011 following Tabcorp’s demerger.She has 30 years extensive experience managing and leading technology businesses, including a five year career with Quest Software prior to joining Tabcorp.Kim holds a Masters in Management and Technology, a Bachelor of Science (Computing) and has attended the Advanced Management Programme at Harvard Business School. She is a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Catherine Jaktman

Dr. Catherine Jaktman is the Partner in Charge of Information Services Group (ISG) Australian and New Zealand Public Sector business. Catherine has more than 20 years’ ICT Leadership and Advisory experience with State and Federal Government clients. Catherine holds a PhD in Computer Science Engineering from UTS, Sydney and is a Fellow of the Australian Computer Society.

Julie Chivers

Julie Chivers was appointed Head of Global IT Capability in September 2015 when she joined Lendlease and is based in Sydney. Julie is a senior executive who has been associated with technology enabled business change for 20 years. Julie has worked in executive Capability, Delivery and Strategic Sourcing roles across multiple industries including Energy, Finance, Consulting, Technology and Telecommunications. Outside of work Julie is a dedicated Surf Lifesaving Volunteer (patrolling, coaching and administrating) and recently retired from competing in Surf Boat Rowing with reasonable success. Julie also enjoys scuba diving and is a qualified Dive Instructor. Julie holds a Bachelor of Information Technology and is a qualified MBTI Facilitator.

Emilie Ditton

Emilie Ditton is Research Director for IDC Energy Insights. She runs the global mining and regional energy research and market insights practices for IDC – which means that she provides best practice and strategic advisory relating to the technology and transformation decisions that energy and mining companies are making, working with both the mining companies and the IT vendors to serve them. Emilie is a Chemical Engineer originally, with a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (honours) and Commerce (Marketing and Finance). She travels a lot for work, so when she is not travelling and working she likes to spend time with her kids enjoying Sydney and the outdoors.

Anthony Johnson

Anthony has more than 30 years' experience in consumer and corporate banking in Australia, Singapore and Japan. He brings expertise in operations, marketing, strategy and transformation and has a track record of delivering large-scale business model investments.

Most recently Anthony was General Manager Strategic Development with ANZ Banking Group Limited, where he focused on developing digital-led ecosystems and General Manager Distribution Transformation where he delivered ANZ's new digital branch and customer analytics capabilities.

Anthony's career has seen him spend significant time in Asia where he led ANZ's operations in Japan for four years and worked 12 years with Singapore's OCBC Bank. There he led their multi-channel and digital transformation; big data and analytics capability and customer experience and service operations. Anthony holds an MBA from Melbourne Business School and is married with two children.

Julie Bale

Julie Bale joined Latitude Financial Services (LFS) in August 2015 to help drive the digitisation of LFS and build a great customer-centric company. In parallel, she has been instrumental in driving the technology separation of Latitude from GE Capital, post its sale in November 2015.

Julie is an influential technology & business executive with over 25 years’ experience working globally in variety of industries, including Financial Services, Telecommunications and Utilities. In her career, she has led diverse, multi-vendor and multi-cultural teams to deliver transformational change to businesses

Julie’s expertise lies in using technology to provoke business change, building valued business relationships, and leading transformational programs to help organisations reinvent business models based on digital products and services. She also has a passion for developing talented teams that deliver great business results.

Sanjay Rai

Sanjay Rai is currently General Manager - Strategy & Productivity for Networks Delivery in Telstra Operations. The Networks Delivery teams ensure Telstra maintains its network advantage in the market, keeping our customers connected through technology. Sanjay works with the senior management team and frontline people leaders on enhancing workforce productivity through the implementation of Lean construction methodology, automation, and data analytics.

Sanjay has over 30 years of operational experience across shipping, manufacturing and telecommunications industries in Australia and overseas. Sanjay has spent the last 15+ years delivering programs of work in the Information & Communications Technology and Networks domains across both major telecommunications providers in Australia. During his time in Telstra, Sanjay has led large teams performing construction and maintenance of Wireline and Wireless networks, prior to moving to his current role in 2016.

Serdar Avsar

Serdar believes customer centricity is essential to any company that wants to achieve long term sustainable success. He has led many successful change programs, which have transformed companies and business models to customer centric operations.

Serdar has thorough knowledge of the services industry and a deep understanding of analytical techniques and customer information management. He has designed and developed various KPI measurement frameworks which have been recognised as international best practices by independent organisations.

Serdar firmly believes that “what gets measured gets done”. He is committed to make Service NSW the best practice example for government service deliver

Serdar is regarded as one of Australia’s leading experts in customer management, analytical CRM, customer value proposition development and customer experience design & measurement. Prior to joining Service NSW, Serdar held various roles across academic, public and private sectors.

WHO CAN BE A MENTEE

Women Lead Australia invites high potential ambitious women from mid to senior level management ranks from Australia's leading corporations as Mentees to this program. We call for aspiring and emerging women frontrunners of tomorrow to get an opportunity for a one on one interaction with well - established leaders from the industry. A chance to be mentored by industry experts and hone your leadership skills to attain new pinnacles at your workplace.

WHY YOU SHOULD APPLY

This platform provides mentees with a chance to connect with Australia’s top leaders who will help them develop the tools required to reach higher positions of leadership.

The experience will provide mentees with an insight to the commitment, expectations and focus required to successfully lead organizations/ multiple organizations/ and significant directorates/departments. Moreover the experience will assist mentees in shaping their own aspirations and strategy to reach the higher ranks of corporate Australia and beyond.

MEET THE MENTEES

ANNE LEWIS

A project delivery expert with over 20 years’ experience across a variety of industries, Anne has significant experience across IT and business project delivery, business process analysis and project governance. Anne holds a Bachelor of Mathematics (University of London) and a Master of Information Technology (University of East London) along with Prince2 and P3O qualifications. Anne has demonstrated capability to implement and manage Project Management Offices covering program, portfolio and enterprise PMOs ensuring successful project and program delivery aligned with strategic goals and objectives. Anne is passionate about enabling teams and individuals to excel through people, processes and technology with a focus on continuous improvement.

Anne Mikita

Anne Mikita joined Lendlease in October 2015 and is based in Sydney. Anne is establishing the Global IT PMO and the associated processes and governance for managing the IT portfolio of work. Prior to joining Lendlease, Anne led Program Management Office functions in both private and government organisations and managed the Design Support Group and Program Office in NBN Co for over 4 years where she oversaw the delivery of complex infrastructure and IT projects. Anne has previously managed project teams responsible for delivery of large scale projects, operational teams supporting complex business environments as well as release and change management functions. Anne holds a Bachelor of Applied Science (Computing Science) from UTS and a Masters of Information Technology and Communication from University of Wollongong.

Sarah Wright

Sarah currently works within the Operations Leadership Team at Latitude Financial Services, supporting the team to deliver a large-scale transformation agenda as the business divests from GE and stands up as its own entity. Sarah has over 10 years’ experience managing the development and execution of strategies and roadmaps within top tier consumer and financial service businesses and leading large cross functional projects and teams.

In addition to her strong focus in driving strong commercial outcomes Sarah is passionate about opportunities to improve independent living for our ageing community through innovative fintech driven solutions.

Maria D Djuarto

Business transformation and optimisation is a common theme in any industry today. My strengths lie in delivering end to end multi-faceted business transformation programs that resolve complex problems and enhance business performance. I am known for my will to win, persistence and tenacity when it comes to large, transformational or innovative programs of work.

I am passionate in generating business success through innovation, connecting people and building relationships. By leveraging my business and financial acumen, along with precision like delivery, I am able to bring vast commercial benefit to a diverse range of businesses within the enterprise. Success for me means being in an environment where growth and excellence is valued and where my role provides me with more than just a salary. Job satisfaction, career and self-development and achieving both personal and organization goals are enormously important to me.

Rebecca McMillan

Rebecca has worked in the finance industry for the Commonwealth Bank for the last 22 years in a number of roles mostly supporting the Business and institutional Banking. At present Rebecca supports the technology needs to 4 businesses but in the past has successfully delivered a number of complex and large cross business unit change programs. Rebecca has 2 children and enjoys travelling, reading, tennis and movies

Gemma Horsey

I'm a professional technologist with dedicated focus on system and application management. My most recent achievements include critical system stabilisation and optimisation including operational and technology risk management. I built a strong delivery team enabling better service for our customers and successfully re-positioned the system within our business units. I find motivation in new challenges and opportunities that extend my knowledge and provoke new thinking.

Cindy Loon

Cindy Loon is the Information, Communications and Technology (ICT) PMO Manager in RACV. She has more than 15 years experience in leading IT project teams within utilities, not for profit and professional services industries. Cindy holds a Bachelor degree in Computer Science from the National University of Singapore and is a member of the Australia Computer Society and Project Management Institute.

Marion Weller

Marion Weller’s career has been varied across multiple roles in the motor vehicle industry, logistics and transportation, supply chain consulting and SAP development. Roles include management of an IT delivery department, delivery of multiple projects as well as a wide range of business analysis from feasibility to business case development. Her current role is responsible for the management of the SAP team and the delivery of SAP projects and support at Toyota.

Prior to Toyota, Marion spent 10 years at Toll Holdings and Linfox and 5 years in multiple roles at PwC, KPMG and VW. She has Engineering and Accounting degrees.

Katie Williamson

Katie started her Credit Risk management career 17 years ago after completing a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) / Science (Mathematics and Statistics) at Deakin University. Katie has spent her whole career working for GE Capital, which recently become Latitude Financial services, in the credit risk team both in Australia and the USA working across a number of different consumer products and areas of the credit risk life cycle. Her current role as a Senior Risk Manager has responsibility for credit risk across Latitude’s ANZ credit card portfolios as well as managing the relationships with the credit bureaux.

Sybil Crasto

Sybil Crasto joined Westpac Institutional Bank (WIB) in June 2015 and heads up Client Solutions, International Payments and Liquidity product portfolios for Global Transaction Services (GTS). She currently manages a P&L in excess of $ 400Mil.

Sybil leads a team responsible for structuring complex cash management solutions for leading global, local corporate, and public sector clients involving account structures, payments, channels, liquidity structures and investments.

Prior to joining Westpac, Sybil was based in the Middle East region for over 14 years working for leading global banks including ABNAMRO and Citibank. She held positions of increasing responsibility before embarking on a regional GTS role with accountability for 14 countries. Well respected in the banking sector, Sybil is a seasoned working capital specialist who brings an extensive and diverse background to the projects she leads, embracing innovation to successfully design and deliver large scale client projects and programs within the global transaction banking sector. She migrated to Australia with her family in 2015 and outside of work she is kept busy in her most demanding role as Mum’s taxi to her two children and when time permits she indulges her long held passion for art.

Angela Kamper

Angela has more than 20-years of communications experience working in the media and leading government community engagement teams.

She has also led partnerships with industry groups, education sectors, government and community organisations to help develop public policy.

Angela is passionate about giving customers the information they need in a timely manner to make their life easier. She believes in constantly looking for better ways to reach and communicate with customers to meet their changing priorities.

Prior to working with Service NSW, Angela was a senior manager at Transport for NSW. In this role she led a team that promoted road safety policy and campaigns for the community and developed road safety education material for the school curriculum.

As a Senior Journalist with News Ltd newspapers, Angela specialised in political and crime reporting and published a non-fiction novel. Angela has a Bachelor of Arts.

Maria Nati

Maria has extensive experience in leading and motivating teams to deliver outstanding results and is highly regarded for her integrity and authenticity. Maria has spent over 30 years in the financial services industry and has primarily worked for major corporations such as the National Australia Bank Group, Westpac Group and Commonwealth Bank Group. Her knowledge spans a variety of disciplines and is considered an expert in project and program management, risk and compliance management, change management and business operations and practices. Maria has delivered numerous projects and initiatives and is considered as a "safe pair of hands" when it comes to achieving results.

Maria takes a no nonsense approach to getting things done - no jargon, no gimmicks - just the real deal. She has been recognised for her ability to grasp complex issues and deliver practical and commercially viable solutions. Maria uses her infectious enthusiasm to encourage people to care about delivering quality outcomes that are aligned with the strategic objectives of the organisation.

Laura Cochrane

Laura is an award-winning communications strategist specialising in global banking and finance. She joined National Australia Bank in August 2015 as Manager, Corporate Communications Personal Banking and currently holds the position of Manager, Corporate Communications Corporate & Institutional Banking. Prior to NAB, she spent five years at the Royal Bank of Scotland in London, holding various communication roles within the Bank’s wholesale banking division, including Advisor to the CEO of Corporate Institutional Banking.

Laura trained as a journalist, starting her career as a cadet at The Weekly Times in Melbourne. She then reported on the European synthetic credit markets for US-based publication Derivatives Week, which operated as part of Institutional Investor, and on Asian corporate finance markets and European emerging markets for Bloomberg News in Melbourne and London.

She holds a Bachelor of Arts (Public Relations) from RMIT University and is a graduate of the Dattner Grant Compass Leadership Programme for Women. Laura lives in Melbourne with her husband and young daughter. She enjoys literature, hosting dinner parties, pilates and chocolate.

Meet the Executive Coach

Women Lead Australia Chapter 2 is proud to associate with Mary-Anne Kamel, Founder, MAK Executive, as the Executive Coach to provide coaching support to all the participants in the cohort. Mary-Anne Kamel has over 16 years of corporate experience with diverse set of experience across markets and industries - Telecoms, Retail & FMCG. Ove these years, Mary-Anne has mentored, coached & trained hundreds of people over her career and delivers world class training for the world’s best training organisations.

Mary-Anne is dedicated to personal mastery, understanding the neurology and psyche of the human mind. She brings leading edge technologies into the corporate world to promote conscious communication, and freedom for individuals and organisations to reach their highest potentials. Her business management skills, natural curiosity of human behaviour, background in Psychology, and skills as a NLP practitioner brings a diverse skill set to coaching! What sets her apart is her ability to see both the big picture and the detail, from strategy to action. Her commercial and interpersonal astuteness as well as highly developed perception, insights and intuition bodes well for her work in coaching, training and consulting.

THE EXPERIENCE

The mentor-mentee relationship will focus on an issue or project proposed by the mentee in her application. Provided the project represents a significant and meaningful part of the mentee’s professional development, the scope and nature of the project is at the mentee’s discretion.

The proposed project will govern your partnership with:

  • A focal point for mentorship
  • A basis for the final presentation by mentee on her learnings and experiences at the conclusion of the program.

DURATION OF THE PROGRAM

The program has been designed with the time limitations of senior leaders in mind. Your participation will be invaluable but will not impose on your busy schedule.

In addition to a launch event and a graduation gala dinner in Sydney, we ask for your commitment to one 90-minute introductory meeting and five one-hour mentor sessions with your mentee spread over a timeline of 13 weeks. The meetings will be scheduled at mutually convenient times.

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

WEEK
PROGRAMME COMPONENT & DETAILS
LOCATION/MODE
DATE/TIME
0
Mentee Introductory Workshop
Sydney
March 29, 2017
3.00pm–5.30pm
1
Women Lead Australia
Master Class Mentorship Workshop
Sydney
April 3, 2017
3.00pm–5.30pm
Official Programme Launch
Cocktail gathering
Sydney
April 3, 2017
6.00pm–7.30pm
2-3
Mentor-Mentee Coaching Session
Face to face
(tele or online
conferencing if necessary)
1.5 hours
(at a mutually suitable time
for mentor and mentee)
5
Mentor-Mentee Coaching Session
Face to face
(tele or online
conferencing if necessary)
1 hour
(at a mutually suitable time
for mentor and mentee)
7
Mentor-Mentee Coaching Session
As above
As above
9
Mentor-Mentee Coaching Session
As above
As above
10
Mentor-Mentee Coaching Session
As above
As above
12
Mentor-Mentee Coaching Session
As above
As above
Gala Graduation Dinner
Sydney
June 29, 2017
3.00pm–7.30pm

PROGRAM FEE

The program is free of cost for both mentors and mentees. All we ask for is your time and commitment to this cause.

CHAPTER 1

  • TESTIMONIALS
  • PHOTOS
  • VIDEOS
Women Lead Australia 2015 | A Summary
Leanne's Journey
Danielle's Journey
Joanne's Journey
Angeline's Journey
Allira's Journey
Program Launch
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Graduation
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Women Lead Australia 2015 | Program Launch
Women Lead Australia 2015 | Gala Graduation
Women Lead Australia 2015 | Graduation Panel Discussion
Women Lead Australia 2015 | A Summary
Leanne's Journey
Danielle's Journey
Joanne's Journey
Angeline's Journey
Allira's Journey
Program Launch
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Graduation
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Women Lead Australia 2015 | Program Launch
Women Lead Australia 2015 | Gala Graduation
Women Lead Australia 2015 | Graduation Panel Discussion