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Get to know WOB: All about WOB via Webinar
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Date Monday, 29 July 2019
Time 29 Jul 12:00 - 29 Jul 13:00
Venue Webinar Webinar Webinar
Pricing Free Event
Guests Not Allowed
Register by Monday, 29 July 2019
The Women on Boards team invites you to join us to find out about all things WOB during an informal and fact filled information webinar. Designed as a taster for those of you who may not have much to do with WOB before, the webinar will be a great way to gain an idea of what Women on Boards does and how we can assist you - wherever you are in your boardroom journey. 

This is a great opportunity for you to hear from Claire Braund, Executive Director and Ruth Medd, Chair of Women on Boards.

We would love for you to join us!

** If you cannot join the 'live' webinar, still register and we will send you a copy of the recording **

Presenters

Ruth Medd

Chair, Women on Boards Australia & Non Executive Director, Women on Boards UK

Ruth is a Certified Practising Accountant and former IT professional who has been pursuing a career as a non executive director since 2000. As well as being Chair of Women on Boards she is chair of Australian Chocolate Pty Ltd (Charley's) and a director of the National Foundation for Australian Women  and the NSW Historic Houses Trust. Some of her former roles are chair of Australian Ethical Superannuation, a member of the NSW Casino Control Authority and a director of the Infants Home at Ashfield. Prior executive roles include executive director of the Australian Association of National Advertisers and senior positions with Telstra, the Australian Broadcasting Tribunal and the Federal Government.

Claire Braund

Executive Director, Women on Boards Australia & Non Executive Director, Women on Boards UK

Claire is a former journalist and public relations manager who uses her high level advocacy skills to lead Women on Boards in Australia. A highly respected speaker on gender balance and related business issues, Claire an informed and entertaining presenter, a renowned networker and skilled at building relationships for common benefit. She became a Churchill Fellow in 2011 for her research into the effect of gender quotas on public listed company boards in Norway, the UK and France which led to the establishment of Women on Boards in the UK in 2012. Claire is a director of the Central Coast Conservatorium of Music, a past director of the Foundation for Australian Agricultural Women and a graduate of the Benevolent Society’s Sydney Social Leadership Program.


Comments from past participants:

"Thank you for a wonderful presentation! Your enthusiasm, drive and commitment has given me the pick-me-up I needed. I look forward to attending a couple of the workshops to sink my teeth into the opportunities available."

"Claire's presentation was refreshingly motivating, and I was energised by her passionate commitment to be of support to other women and help push the boundaries of what seems impossible. I will see you at a WOB event soon!"