Join us for our last WOBMeet in Melbourne for 2019. An evening for all aspiring leaders and directors who are subscribed to WOB to meet, share, network and learn.
More about this event
WOBMeet Melbourne is 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.
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.
Nicole Livingstone - Head of AFLW, NED, Olympian and Media Personality
Nicole Livingstone is the head of the AFLW and one of Australia’s most successful swimmers experiencing success on the international stage on numerous occasions.
Nicole has served sport at the highest level, on the Board of the Australian Olympic Committee, as a Director of Swimming Australia, Deputy Chair of VicHealth and Chair of the Victorian Institute of Sport. Nicole was announced as the Australian Football League's head of women's football in November 2017. She is responsible for managing the AFL Women's competition.
Upon retiring from swimming, Nicole began a long career in media in a variety of roles. She provides sports commentary at events such as the Olympic and Commonwealth Games as well as hosting shows across several broadcasting stations, including Wide World of Sports, Any Given Sunday and The Project.
Nicole along with her sister, Karen Livingstone, founded Ovarian Cancer Australia, after their mother sadly passed away from the disease. She is now patron of the organisation.