We all must continue to Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up! for systemic change.
Join Yorta Yorta woman and senior NSW Public Servant Claire Beattie and proud Wiradjuri woman and HR specialist with Paramount Australia and NZ, Helen Tran for a special post NAIDOC week WOBChat.
Whether it’s seeking proper environmental, cultural and heritage protections, Constitutional change, a comprehensive process of truth-telling, working towards treaties, or calling out racism—we must do it together.
It must be a genuine commitment by all of us to Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up! and support and secure institutional, structural, collaborative, and cooperative reforms.
The discussion will focus on:
This event is provided FREE OF CHARGE to Full, Corporate, Premium Members and Champions.
Executive Director Asset Activations School Infrastructure NSW, Department of Education NSW
Director, Women's & Girls' Emergency Centre (WAGEC)
Board member, Police Citizens Youth Clubs NSW (PCYC NSW)
Member, Cultural Diversity Committee, Women on Boards
Claire Beattie is a proud Yorta Yorta woman. She has over 21 years of experience in government across agencies such as Transport, Treasury and Education. She has been a three-time finalist in the Premier’s Awards, a Finalist in the Australian of the Year, Young Australian of the Year Awards and Finalist in the Women’s Agenda Awards. Claire is an advocate for young people and the community who believes in making a difference and being the difference. She embodies the spirit of inclusivity and diversity and wants every community and every young person to feel known, valued and cared for.
HR Business Partner Lead, Paramount Australia & New Zealand
Member, Women on Boards Cultural Diversity Committee
Helen Tran has over 15 years experience in human resources. She is an experienced HR professional having worked across Employee Relations, Performance Development, People Strategy & Planning, Leadership Capabilities and Diversity and Inclusion.
Helen is currently a HR Business Partner Lead for Paramount Australia and New Zealand, a member of its PROUD group and responsible for implementing and leading Paramount’s Reconciliation Action Plan in the position of RAP Co-Chair.
She has completed the John Yu Fellowship in Cultural Diversity and Leadership at the University of Sydney Business School.
- WOBChat will be run through Zoom, which can be accessed through your PC/ Mac or phone.
- WOBChat is an interactive fortnightly online session usually for WOB members, but occasionally for the wider network. It's a facilitated, friendly environment for members to meet, network, share and learn - online.