WOB members and their guests are invited to our WOBMeet Christmas Extravanga in Adelaide. A supportive and professional networking event where you can share the highs and lows of 2019 and look forward to 2020.
More about this event
WOBMeet Adelaide is an opportunity for our members to connect within WOB, share knowledge and information and practice their all important 'elevator pitch.' The atmosphere is informal, relaxed and supportive.
Twice a year - including at Christmas time - we open the event to members guests and those who are new to WOB. This is a great opportunity for our members to bring a friend / colleague and for those who are new to WOB to be introduced to our terrific network.
So this Christmas, give yourself or a woman you know an early gift and bring them along to WOBMeet at Ibis Hotel High Bar, Adelaide.
Price includes one drink on arrival + light finger food. Following your first drink, drinks available at bar prices.
We thought we would kick off with people who we know can inspire and add value to your evening.
Kate is founding director of Klarity consultancy. The focus of her consultancy is on helping the organisation with innovation, transformation, growth capability and stakeholder management. Prior to this position, she was CEO fo Guide Dogs SA. It was in this role she won In 2015 she won three Telstra Awards, including state and national awards and a Harvard Club Australia Fellowship to attend Harvard UniversitApart from her current consultancy work is an active board member holding the following positions:
- President Skylight Mental Health
- Board member Crows Children's Foundation
- Board member of Zoos SA and Chair - Audit and Risk Committee
- SA Regional Selection Committee - Winston Churchill Memorial Trust
- Trust Board member Adelaide Festival Centre
Nicole Donegan, Chief Operating Officer, Women on Boards Australia
Nicole is an experienced general manager, business adviser & owner and board member (currently on Triathlon Australia) who has diverse industry and leadership expertise, spanning government, association management, not for profit, tertiary education, retail and professional services sectors.
Based in Melbourne, Nicole joined WOB to enhance the subscriber journey, support business growth and manage strategic initiatives.
Wendy Teasdale-Smith, SA Representative, Women on Boards Australia
Wendy is founder of the business ‘What the Stuff’, which specialises in public speaking. She has also had a successful background in the education industry and was previously the CEO of SATAC.