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Succeed in the boardroom: WOBMeet Perth with Fiona Payne
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Date Tuesday, 23 August 2022
Time 23 Aug 17:30 - 23 Aug 19:30
Venue The Globe Lane Bar, 495/497 Wellington Street, Perth WA Australia
Pricing Full Member
$ 35 Full Member
Corporate Member
$ 35 Corporate Member
Premium Member
$ 35 Premium Member
Champion Member
$ 35 Champion Member
Basic Member
$ 35 Basic Member
Guests Allowed
Register by Tuesday, 23 August 2022

It is time to become re-acquainted and network again at our WOBMeet event in Perth.

This is a great opportunity to bring a  friend / colleague and for those who are new to WOB to be introduced to our terrific network. 

Guest Speaker: Fiona Payne

Fiona is a values driven leader, ethical and energetic in her pursuit of organisational vision. Her current roles include Chair of Therapy Focus, Chair of 360 Health + Community, Non-Executive Director of Lifestyle Solutions and Board member of Victory Life Centre.

Fiona’s early career as a physiotherapist working with children with disability and their families led to an interest in governance and strategy, which after starting her own family, she pursued through roles such as Chair of Kalparrin, Foundation Co Lead of the Disability Health Network, Non-Executive Director of Community First International (now Chorus) and member of the inaugural Board of the National Disability Insurance Agency.

Fiona’s curiosity and compassion drive her commitment to excellence in governance. She currently serves as a Councillor on the WA Division Council of the AICD, and was recently appointed to the Board of the Stan Perron Charitable Foundation, where she hopes to increase the impact this philanthropic organisation has on children and their families in WA.  LinkedIn Profile

Hosted by:

Kylah Morrison, WA Representative, Women on Boards Australia

Industry Advisory Board Member, Gravity Discovery Centre and Observatory
Non Executive Director, Province Resources Ltd (ASX: PRL)


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.