Join us for our last event in Gosford for 2019. WOBMeet is an evening for all aspiring leaders and directors who are members of WOB to meet, share, network and learn.
More about this event
WOBMeet is held 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.
Christmas time - Bring a guest
Since Christmas is a time for giving, why not give your friend/s an early Christmas present and share your WOB network by inviting them to come to our final WOBMeet for 2019.
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.
Paul Murnane - Governance, Strategy, Corporate Advisor
Paul is a corporate adviser and company director with over 35 years diversified experience in investment banking/financial services, consulting and general management in Australia and overseas. He was a director of Citibank and Goldman Sachs and was a Partner in a leading global professional services firm. He is currently a Director of several companies and an advisor to a number of listed, public, not for profit and government boards and CEOs on strategy, governance, business development strategies and leadership assessment.
Paul also has extensive not-for-profit experience across many sectors – he has started NFPs, revitalised and merged NFPs, helped build social enterprises to over $100m size and advises many NFP boards and CEOs on strategy, governance and performance. Currently he serves on the Boards and committees of a number of organisations involved in overseas development, leadership education, the arts and corporate governance. His past board involvements have included lengthy board membership in medical research, disability services and public policy organisations.