Succeed in the boardroom: WOBMeet with Guest Panel
Date Tuesday, 27 June 2023
Time 27 Jun 17:30 - 27 Jun 19:30 AWST
Venue Steedman Stagg Lawyers Level 1, Brookfield Place Tower 2, 123 St Georges Terrace, Perth WA Australia
Pricing Full Member
$ 35 Full Member
Corporate Member
$ 35 Corporate Member
Premium Member
$ 35 Premium Member
Champion Member
$ 35 Champion Member
Guests Allowed
Register by Tuesday, 27 June 2023

We think that it is time to deepen your connections.... so join WOB's WA Representative, Kylah Morrison for a special networking event.

This event will be held in conjunction with the Jollie Club, Perth. Jasmine Sims and Hollie Ponton formed the club in 2018 with a view of bringing senior women in litigation and insolvency together to get to know each other, offer support to each other, and generally network with each other. 

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. 

To bring a guest, please register your guest when checking out in the shopping cart. Friends will be charged at the member rate. If you have already registered and would like to bring a guest, please email WOB at wob-aus@womenonboards.net

Tickets include drinks + light finger food.

Guest Panellists

Cinzia Donald

Appointed Board Member, RugbyWA
Legal Expert, WA Leaders North Metro
Former Director, Acacia Living Group

Cinzia is a partner of Lavan, an independent law firm in Perth operating in association with Gadens.

Cinzia is an experienced litigator who has acted on many large Western Australian litigation disputes. She has managed complex commercial litigation for public and private companies and high-net-worth individuals in superior jurisdictions including the Supreme Court, the Court of Appeal, the Federal Court and the Full Federal Court.

Lisa Palmer

Non Executive Director, Activ Foundation
Principal, Auxilia

Lisa has more than 20 years’ experience in executive management positions in finance, strategy, risk and compliance, governance, internal and external audit and corporate finance advisory at BHP, Woodside, Deloitte and PwC in Australia and the UK.

Lisa’s experience covers mining, oil and gas, health, superannuation, government, heavy manufacturing and FMCG. Her current executive role is co-founder and director of a Perth based private engineering company as well as providing consultancy services in strategy, risk and company secretarial.

Lisa holds an honours degree in mathematics and business. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and the UK, a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Company Secretaries and a Senior Associate of the Financial Services Institute in Australia.

Emma Garlett

Emma is a First Nations leader who holds and has held roles in the private sector, minerals industry, legal services, and academia. Previously, Emma practised as a solicitor at a top-tier law firm in Perth.

Emma is an Industry Fellow at the Sustainable Minerals Institute at the University of Queensland. She is an Adjunct Professor and advisory board member at the National Centre for Reconciliation, Truth and Justice at Federation University, and has a casual appointment at Curtin Law School. 

Emma has presented her legal research to the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, as well as at international and domestic conferences.

Emma is a regular First Nations legal and business social commentator and writes weekly columns in print and online for The West Australian and is the host of Paint it Blak on YouTube.

Hosted by: Kylah Morrison

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

Kylah is an 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 host: