Frankly women leadership forum

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Celebrating International Women's Day

What better way to celebrate International Women's Day than with some of the most amazing and influential  leaders in our country! 

Our Speakers

The Hon Julie Bishop MP,  Member for Curtin in the House of Representatives since 1998 

Ms Dorothy Hisgrove, Partner and Chief People Officer at PwC

Lauren Jauncey (MC), Founder and Director of Frankly Diversity and Frankly Women


Tasmanian Leaders Panel:

Bernadette Black, Founder and CEO of Brave Foundation and current Tasmanian Australian of the Year

Meriem Daoui, Tasmanian athletics champion and human rights advocate

Vanessa Cox, Founding Director at Long Tail Property, successful entrepreneur and philanthropist


Ticket Purchases

Tickets to this event cost  $150 (plus GST) each  and can be booked by clicking on the link below. Morning tea and lunch will be served at the forum. 

Book tickets

Purchase a Table of 10 and receive a 10% discount

Purchase a table of 10 for the reduced price of $1350 (plus GST) - that's 1 ticket for free!

For table bookings please email Lauren@franklydiversity.com and we will send you an invoice with the discount.

This forum is not just for women!

We believe gender equality benefits all  and is everyone's responsibility. Therefore we encourage everyone to attend this event. 

Questions?

If you have any questions please email Lauren@franklydiversity or call 0427346012

Premium sponsor

TasNetworks

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A Tasmanian state-owned corporation that supplies power from the generation source to homes and businesses through a network of transmission towers, substations and powerlines.

sponsors

Silver Sponsor

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GHD is one of the world's leading professional services companies operating in the global market sectors of water, energy and resources, environment, property and buildings, and transportation. 

Silver Sponsor

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Bell Bay Aluminium is situated on the Tamar River, approximately five kilometres from George Town and 45 kilometres from Launceston.

The smelter produces around 190,000 of aluminium each year and operates 24 hours a day, 365 days per year.


Venue & Accommodation Sponsor

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Few cities in the world combine metropolitan proximity with sprawling gardens, beaches and marinas as Hobart does. This is no more evident than at Tasmania’s entertainment and conference epicentre, Wrest Point, where three hotels combine to cater for luxury and executive travellers through to value seekers.

Interested in Sponsorship?

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Contact Lauren@franklydiversity.com to discuss a sponsorship package tailored to you

Event Partners

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Engender Equality

Engender Equality (formerly SHE) is a statewide Tasmanian not-for-profit organisation that supports people affected by family violence.