We are happy to announce the return of our Clayton Utz partnered lunches this year. This lunch is an excellent opportunity to hear from a serving Non Executive Director on their journey to the boardroom, the challenges facing their organisations and sector and comments more generally on the role and workload for directors in 2024.
Limited places available to WOB full members and their guests only.
Guest Director: Sarah Fairhurst
Member, APAC Advisory Board Morrow Sodali
Non-Executive Director, Genesis Ray
Non Executive Director, Solar Philippines Holdings
Sarah is an experienced Board Committee Chair and NED and has lived and worked in the UK, Asia and Australia and understands the electricity and gas markets, cultures, and cross-border complexities of the wider APAC region. She has a degree from the University of Cambridge (UK), is a Graduate of the AICD and a Fellow of the Philippine Institute of Corporate Directors as well as an Advisory Board-Certified Chair. A hallmark of Sarah’s Executive career was co-founding The Lantau Group (TLG) in 2010 – a boutique energy economic and strategy advisory firm - following a management buyout of the Hong Kong subsidiary of CRA International post CRA’s decision to exit Asia. Sarah combines strong strategic, commercial, and analytical thinking together with pragmatism and practical experience across many countries to solve complex problems, particularly those where public sector and commercial interests collide.
Hosted by: Kylah Morrison
WA Representative, Women on Boards Australia
Non Executive Director, Province Resources (ASX: PRL)
Advisory Board Member, Solar Energy Robotics & First Nations X
Kylah is a Perth based, experienced board member and multi-award winning leader with over 14 years’ experience working in private companies, indigenous organisations, not-for-profits, and start-ups. With substantial experience in the resource sector Kylah has a deep understanding of risks and challenges experienced by corporates, government, local businesses and indigenous organisations operating in remote and regional Australia, particularly in North Western Australia.
With thanks to our event host: