Join us at WOB's inaugural WOBMeet Adelaide. An evening for all aspiring leaders and directors who are subscribers of WOB to meet, share, network and learn.
More about this event
WOBMeet Adelaide will be held bi-monthly for our subscribers to meet or reconnect, share knowledge & information and practice their all important 'elevator pitch' ……over a friendly drink. The atmosphere will be informal, relaxed and supportive.
Now we know that women are busy and it’s hard to find time, so we’ve developed a swift yet relaxed format that will start and finish on time and provide opportunities to meet other women in the WOB network.
Subscribers are able to invite friends and colleagues (ladies and gents both welcome). You may also have a great contact in mind who you would like WOB to invite to speak at the event.
All we ask is that you come with an open mind, preparedness to mingle and a touch of dazzle!
Timing is everything …
||Guest panel – all your questions answered
Formalities kick off 5.30pm sharp
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.
With a successful business career leveraged to benefit the NGO and not-for-profit sector over the past 20 years, Judy has led major change and development across human services, humanitarian, allied health, disability, social enterprise and aged care organisations. She is an experienced chief executive, director and chairperson.
Working closely with all levels of Government, peak bodies, stakeholder and client groups, she has been instrumental in driving significant policy reform across the disability sector to the benefit of clients and their families. As an independent non-executive director and consultant, she continues to provide coaching and stewardship to the Human Services sector.
Judy is a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, holds a Bachelor of Business (Marketing) and MBA and was awarded the Telstra Business Women’s Award for Outstanding Leadership in the Community Sector in 2007.
Alison is a qualified actuary and an experienced non-executive director. She has more than 30 years’ experience leading major reform in finance, government and the not-for-profit sector.
Alison has been a non-executive director since 2009 and a Board chair since 2017. She is currently Chair, UnitingCare Wesley Bowden and also serves on the boards of Super SA and the Horizon Housing Company. Previously she served on the boards of the Fleurieu Regional Aquatic Centre Authority, Alzheimer’s Australia SA and was a member of the the Southern Adelaide Human Research Ethics Committee.
Alison is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and is an elected member of its SA/NT Council.