This year the WIS Networking Breakfast at CMSF hosted Sabrina Bailey, Global Head of Retirement Solutions at Northern Trust Asset Management, as out keynote speaker.
While there are many measures that show we have a long way to go to address gender inequality, one notable one is the superannuation gap.
This year’s Women in Super NSW Lunchtime Series kicked off with investment industry leader and philanthropist, Chris Cuffe who shared anecdotes from his career and insights into the evolution of the super industry.
WIS NSW announced the launch of the Women in Super and AGSM @ UNSW Business School scholarship program.
Mel Birks’s outstanding contribution to the Women in Super Mother’s Day Classic was recognised earlier this month when she took part in the Queen’s Baton Relay for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Sporting hero and Australian Paralympic gold medalist, Katrina Webb gave an inspirational and motivational presentation on the ‘Alchemy of high performance.’
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.
The annual Melbourne Cup Luncheon continued its tradition of delivering style and glamour, this year at the Stamford Plaza.