Being a woman at this time in history is complex and exciting. Trying to build a career and a professional life in this competitive world is both rewarding and frustrating. So what can be done?
Join Linda Zeelie at the Women in Super Networking Breakfast at the ASFA Conference as she shares her career experiences and reveals powerful gender equality insights from her PhD.
The experiences and opinions of hundreds of women gathered in her research provide profound learnings in the areas of leadership, the realities of your ‘mid-career’ and how we can build a better future for our children by maximising our potential and contribution to our industries and communities.
This eye-opening presentation is sure to leave a lasting impact on your career and will help you answer the question ‘How can I be the best me?’
ABOUT THE ASFA CONFERENCE
The ASFA Conference is the largest pensions event in the world and will be held from 14-16 November 2018. If you would like to learn more about the speaker line-up and program or register for the conference, please click here.
ABOUT LINDA ZEELIE
Linda brings with her over 20 years’ executive management experience in domestic and international general management in addition to the information and communication technology (ICT) arena across a range of industries, including superannuation, finance and banking, government, defense and energy.
Linda is an energetic, outcome-focused leader, and her background includes extensive operations, ICT, project management and governance experience, with a focus on driving business performance, operational excellence and customer service.
Her recent roles include the Chief Operating Officer for Statewide Super, General Manager with Schneider Electric, Client Executive with Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Fujitsu.
Linda has a Master’s degree in ICT, is an ACS Fellow and has numerous certifications, industry awards and industry association involvements. In 2006 Linda was acknowledged by PMI as one of the top 25 influential female project managers globally.
Linda has held numerous board positions and holds a Masters in Information and Communication Technology from the University of South Australia. Linda has run a number of diversity programs in large corporates and is currently undertaking a PhD on Women in Leadership.
This event is open to all (members, non-members, women and men) and you do not need to be an ASFA Conference delegate to attend.
Please note, this registration is for the Women in Super breakfast only. To attend the ASFA Conference, please register here.