Join us at WOB's second WOBMeet in Brisbane. An evening for all aspiring leaders and directors who are subscribed to WOB to meet, share, network and learn.
More about this event
WOBMeet Brisbane 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.
Special - Bring a guest
We have received a lot of positive feedback from our first WOBMeet event about how much everyone enjoyed the evening, networking and the community feel among our members. We'd like to say thank you by opening this event to guests. If you have friends or colleagues that have never heard of us before, we encourage you to invite them (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.
Anna Hebron, QLD Representative, Women on Boards
Anna is a specialist consultant in governance and human resources and a trusted advisor and mentor. Following a career in local, state and Federal government, she is now an Appointed Member of the Appeals Tribunal, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and a non-executive Director, Inala Primary Care. Anna holds strong business capability across human resources, corporate governance, ethical standards frameworks, health and safety, audit and risk, public policy, training and development, customer service, organisational change, multicultural affairs, business continuity planning and disaster preparedness.
Jane is a Non Executive Director, Chair, Committee Member, and Head of Investment Research at account firm, HLB Mann Judd. Her executive and board level experience spans the public, commercial & not for profit sectors with particular experience in the finance, health, fintech, education and community services industries.
At board level some highlights include being a current Non Executive Director with FSAC Ltd, contributing to the growth and development of three Anglican Schools with a combined revenue of over $40M. Jane is also a director and Nominations Committee Chair for Springfield Anglican College and a member of the Finance, Risk and Audit Committee for the AMA Queensland. She has experience as an Advisory Board member for The Impact Suite, a charity rating fintech, and as an Advisory Committee Member with PwC and SecondBite. As Chair of an Investment Committee for member mutual organisation Australian Unity, she oversaw investment policy, research processes, risk and compliance for adviser firms nationally.
In her executive capacity Jane is the Head of Investment Research with HLB Mann Judd Wealth and Superannuation Qld where she leads investment analysis and portfolio development including for the philanthropic services practice.