Please see below event invitation from the Diverse Australasian Women Network. The event is hosted in partnership with the AALA.
The 2011 census revealed that almost a quarter (24.6%) of Australia’s population was born overseas and 43.1% of people have at least one overseas-born parent. Asian Australians make up almost 10 per cent of the Australian population. In that context why is then that organisations and Government agencies are not reflecting such diversity in their leadership teams? There are growing calls for increasing women in leadership roles across all sectors with quotas or target to achieve the numbers for women in leadership positions. DAWN would like to see the debate to also include cultural diverse leadership.
Please join us for the conversation to be held in Melbourne on September 3rd in partnership with the Asian Australian Lawyers Association.
We are very grateful for the support of Ashurst the Leading International Law firm for hosting the event.
Topic: “A unique resource: What Asian Australians have to offer in leadership context”.
When: September 3rd, 2015
Time: 5.30pm for 6.30pm
Level 26, 181 William Street, Melbourne VIC 3000
GPO Box 9938, Melbourne VIC 3001
Phone : +61 3 9679 3000
Dai Le – CEO and Founder of DAWN
-Trevor O’Hoy, Executive Chairman, Swisse Wellness and Non-Executive Chairman Redcape Hotel Group
-Cheri Ong, Founding Chair Asian Australian Foundation and Board Member of Multicultural Arts Victoria.
$30 members (DAWN & AALA Members)
Please register & buy your ticket here: http://dawn.org.au/events/dawns-3rd-asian-australian-leadership-conversation/