NSW’s End of Year Celebration was a sparkling affair, with almost 500 guests embracing the theme of Reach for the Stars to hear from Holly Ransom - an accomplished and inspiring speaker, CEO of Emergent Solutions and presenter of the ‘Coffee Pods with Holly’ podcast.
This year the Women in Super Breakfast at the 2017 ASFA Conference hosted Mary Murphy, Chief Digital Officer at First State Super, as our keynote speaker. Addressing an audience of over 150 guests, Mary spoke about her journey in the superannuation industry which began over 30 years ago.
Women in Super ACT held an event to unveil the findings of research into Australia's ageing population conducted by the University of South Australia.
Women in Leadership Series featuring Paula Rogers, industry leader and State Director of CEDA, and Lois Keay-Smith, Managing Director of Career Wisdom.
Research undertaken by the University of South Australia for the Ageing Agendas: work, care, retirement and health study is soon to be released. The research addresses Australia's ageing population, the rising rate of female participation in paid work and the operation of the retirement income system.
International guest speaker, Mellody Hobson discussed her approach to financial literacy, her experience as a female leader in the industry and how her life experiences have shaped her.
Key note speaker, Rosemary Addis (Executive Director of Impact Strategist and Chair of the Australian Advisory Board on Impact Investing) explored what impact investing means for funds and their members.
WIS WA welcomed 46 members and guests to their recent Women in Leadership breakfast with guest speaker, Debby Blakey, CEO of HESTA.
WIS VIC members were given the opportunity to meet and network with senior women of influence in the industry.
WIS ACT provided attendees an opportunity to network and discuss the potential for a housing price collapse and the wide-reaching implications if this were to materialise.