The Mavis Robertson Professional Development Scholarship for WIS VIC members is offered annually and allows successful applicants to attend a conference, complete a relevant training course or education program of their choice in Australia, up to a limit of $2,000 (including GST).
Ever wondered about the meaning behind the Women in Super logo colours? Their origins are deeply entrenched in Australian history.
It was WIS NSW’s pleasure to host the The Hon Gladys Berejiklian MP, Premier of New South Wales over a lunch conversation with over 300 industry guests.
On 16 May 2017, WIS NSW celebrated the 4th annual awards ceremony of the Women in Super and AGSM @ UNSW Scholarship winners.
The annual Women in Super Mother's Day Classic saw over 4,000 participants walk or run in Canberra.
Superannuation now and in the future. A WIS SA networking luncheon with guest John Montague, General Manager, Super SA.
Guest speaker Lisa Hando, Global Mobility Partner at PwC Perth discussed trends in the workplace followed by a lively discussion.
Women in Super VIC held its second networking Luncheon for 2017, featuring international speakers Sabrina Bailey (Northern Trust Asset Management) and Stacy Schaus (PIMCO).
Alicia Leis shared her journey to becoming the third female partner for a chartered accounting and advisory firm, to the now Tasmanian Corporate and Private Telstra Business Woman of the year.
Due to overwhelming demand, Women in Super SA offered a second session of the hugely popular Super Reforms workshop. Facilitated by Julie Steed, Senior Technical Services Manager at Australian Executor Trustees, the workshop reviewed the super reform package and how the changes will apply in practice to funds.