Join Women in Super to celebrate International Women’s Day in 2018 and hear from author, presenter and political commentator, Jamila Rizvi at events in both Melbourne and Sydney.
Women are accustomed to being overlooked and undervalued, and even when they do get to the top, often downplay their success as 'luck'. But it's not. Speaking on the structural and cultural disadvantages that can deprive women of their confidence, Jamila will share her insights on ways to build more inclusive and equal workplaces.
DATES AND LOCATIONS
Melbourne Wednesday 7 March 2018 for lunch BOOK HERE
Sydney Friday 9 March 2018 for breakfast BOOK HERE
ABOUT JAMILA RIZVI
Jamila Rizvi writes a twice-weekly column for News Limited about politics, gender and parenting. Jamila is an accomplished host and commentator, and a Today Show and 3AW Drive regular. Her first book Not Just Lucky, which is a career manifesto for millennial women, was published by Penguin in June 2017. Jamila’s second book, an anthology of essays about motherhood, will be released in 2018. She was previously the Editor in Chief of the Mamamia Network and before entering the media worked as an adviser in the Rudd and Gillard Governments. Jamila is a board member of the Melbourne Writer's Festival and public policy think tank the McKell Institute. She is an Ambassador for CARE Australia and Welcome to Australia.
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This event is open to all (members, non-members women and men).
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