Succeed in the boardroom: Director lunch with Miriam Silva AM
Date Tuesday, 11 October 2022
Time 11 Oct 12:30 - 11 Oct 14:00
Venue Mayfair Hotel 45 King William Street Adelaide SA Australia
Pricing Full Member
$ 55 Full Member
Corporate Member
$ 55 Corporate Member
Premium Member
$ 55 Premium Member
Champion Member
$ 55 Champion Member
$ 66 Member
Guests Allowed
Register by Tuesday, 11 October 2022

Women on Boards invites you to hear from experienced board chair, director and leader Miriam Silva AM at our lunch in Adelaide. Miriam will shared her eventful board and leadership journey, which has incorporated both her intellect and faith to change the way people think and behave - including how she broke down barriers at Elders.

Come along with questions - we look forward to seeing you again.

Guest Speaker: Miriam Silva AM

Chair, InTouch Multicultural Centre Against Family Violence
Chair, Contemporary Arts Precincts
Non Executive Director, SA Film Corporation
Non Executive Director, Crescent Institute

Board member, Malek Fahd Islamic School
Independent Consultant, Crescent Finance

Miriam Silva is a skilled board chair and non executive director and more than 20 years’ experience managing large and geographically diverse teams across multiple industries including pharmaceuticals, banking and agriculture. Miriam has exceptional leadership and communication skills, strategic and operational skills and deep experience with change management.

Miriam's work experience includes a/Chief Executive of TAFE SA, Chief Operating Officer at FleetPartners, GM Commercial Operations at Elders and various roles at ANZ including spending 2 years in Hong Kong.
Miriam volunteers with a number of organisations including Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and is Multicultural Patron for SA Police Training Academy.

Hosted by: Wendy Teasdale-Smith, SA Representative, Women on Boards Australia

Wendy has been a member of WOB for the last 15 years. Over the last 5 years, she has taken on the role of the SA representative of WOB. She is a staunch advocate of women their contribution to industry and the community.

In addition to her WOB leadership, Wendy works as a consultant in the area of public speaking and executive presence, in her company “What’s the Stuff? She also works as an academic lecturing international students at master’s level in the areas of leadership, emotional and cultural intelligence, strategy, and operations.

Wendy is currently a non-executive director on the Road Safety Education Board. Her previous board-related appoints include being chair of the Australian Tertiary Admissions Centre the Education Standard Board SA and the Australian National Council and the Uniting care Wesley Board Inc. Wendy is also a winner of the SA Telstra Business Woman of the Year, Community Section, Award.

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