Women in Leadership Breakfast (S170915)
The Australian Property Institute is pleased to present the Women in Leadership Breakfast on Friday 15 September 2017. This event will bring together women from SA’s property, finance and business communities to network and hear insights into the professional challenges and future prospects of women within the industry.
Our two exceptional presenters will join guests for a delightful breakfast at Adelaide’s historic Ayers House before presenting their story of success, diversity, what they believe are the critical factors for success in management and the qualities essential to be a leader in today’s industry.
This highly anticipated Adelaide women’s event is set to attract professionals across all career stages from recent graduates, mid-career and highly experienced senior practitioners.
Chief Executive, Can:Do Group
Judy Curran is the Chief Executive of the Can:Do Group, comprising Can:Do 4Kids, (Townsend House) and Deaf Can:Do (The Royal SA Deaf Society). Judy joined Can:Do Group early 2010 with a passion for business and organisational development and is enthusiastic about opportunities to extend the Group’s people, organisation and culture and build on the legacy with which she has been entrusted.
Judy’s career highlights include leading the rebirth, rebrand and reposition of scosa the Spastic Centres of South Australia over 7 years; 6 years as Deputy and Executive Director of Australian Red Cross, ownership of a national group of market leading surgical and medical supply companies, ownership of an international electronics manufacturing operation and senior marketing and leadership positions with international corporate giants.
In 2007 Judy was nationally recognised and awarded the Telstra Business Womens’ Award, Community and Government Award for inspirational leadership and outstanding business achievements in the community sector.
Director Research, Colliers International
Kate is Director of Research in the Adelaide office for Colliers International. Kate has extensive experience in commercial property research for the Adelaide market and national markets. This includes office, industrial, retail and high density residential research. She has developed several indexes for the Adelaide market including metro office and industrial vacancy. This gives a much deeper understanding of the dynamics of the Adelaide market. Kate is an experienced public speaker on property trends in the South Australian market and is a regular guest speaker at both industry and Colliers client events. She is also the inaugural Chair for the Diversity and Inclusion committee for the Property Council of Australia.
|The API is pleased to support the Can:Do Group at the Women in Leadership Breakfast by donating $5 from the sale of each ticket. For more information on the Can:Do Group please visit www.candogroup.com.au|
|7.30am||Breakfast and Presentations|
|Early Bird fee (extended to 31 August)|
|API Student Members||$53|
|Standard Registration fee (closing Friday 8 September)|
|API Student Members||$66|
Full attendance at this event accrues 2 CPD Points.
Sponsorship opportunities for this event are available. For more information please contact Sylvia O'Keefe on 08 81320092 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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