Cate Wood is the recipient of the 2017 Trustee of the Year award! This prestigious award recognises an individual’s outstanding and significant contribution to the superannuation industry.
Annual Mavis Robertson International Women’s Day Luncheon held on 9 March, featuring guest speaker Yassmin Abdel-Magied.
Women in Super NSW kicked off its 2017 program with David Neal, Managing Director of the Future Fund at a sold out lunch at the Establishment Ballroom on Monday 20 February.
On Tuesday 21 February WIS VIC kicked off their 2017 event calendar with a facilitated networking event - ‘How to Network Effectively’ which was kindly hosted at UniSuper’s Member Centre. Following on from the success of last year’s event we once again had Kerryn Powell from Your Time Matters speak to 80 + women on the three key elements to networking effectively – plan, prepare and follow up.
Women in Super SA ran a successful workshop which reviewed the super reform package and how the changes will apply in practice to funds. Linda Zeelie, Chief Operating Officer at Statewide Super gave the compelling presentation that directly challenged and informed luncheon attendees.
The WA Women in Super Committee kicked off their event calendar for 2017 with a breakfast with Cate Wood, Chair of Women in Super and Chair of CareSuper.
WIS QLD celebrated International Women's Day with guest speaker Helen Rowell, Deputy Chair of APRA.
Women in Super ACT and the Canberra Mother’s Day Classic Committee held a breakfast to celebrate International Women's Day.
WIS participated in Victoria’s first ever Gender Equality Strategy for the State of Victoria which was launched by the Minister for the Prevention of Family Violence Fiona Richardson.
The aim of this strategy is to guide the state’s actions and priorities for achieving equal social, civic and economic participation for women in Victoria. This is part of the Minister’s program to highlight the link between violence and attitudes towards women.
We are proud to announce that Women in Super Chair Cate Wood has recently been named as a finalist in the ACT Senior Woman of the Year awards for her work founding the Canberra Mother's Day Classic event.