Succeed in the boardroom: UN Women Australia's IWD Lunch : Perth

Sadly, this event is now full. Please contact Women on Boards if you would like to add your name to the wait list. Or you can look at attending an alternative event in your area

Date Friday, 08 March 2024
Time 08 Mar 11:30 - 08 Mar 15:00 AWST
Venue Optus Stadium 333 Victoria Park Drive Burswood Perth WA Australia
Pricing Full Member
$ 199 Full Member
Premium Member
$ 199 Premium Member
Guests Not Allowed
Register by Thursday, 29 February 2024

Join Women on Boards at the UN Women Australia's International Women's Day Lunch as we celebrate under the theme, Count Her In: Invest in Women. Accelerate Progress.

Hear from leaders and changemakers who are working to re-shape the system and remove the barriers so all women and girls can unlock their potential and drive better outcomes for us all.

Friday 8 March - Perth IWD Lunch Riverview Room Optus Stadium 

11:30am guest arrival
12:20pm formalities commence
3:00pm formalities end
3:30pm event concludes

All ticket holders receive:

• A drink on arrival and a sit down two-course lunch – cash bar also available
• Post event access to all content, across all cities, via the virtual stream. This will be available until midnight on Friday 5 April.

Please note that we have only booked a certain number of tickets which we are passing on at cost. However, if demand exceeds supply and you cannot book, please let us know by email - wob-aus@womennboards.net

**Note this event falls outside our usual terms and conditions and is non refundable.

The Women on Boards table at the UN Women's Luncheon will be hosted by Kylah Morrison

WA Representative, WOB Australia Pty Ltd
Non-Executive Director, Province Resources (ASX:PRL)
Industry Advisory Board Member, Gravity Discovery Centre and Observatory

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.