We are extremely excited to announce that we will be bringing Jane Caro to Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne to speak at our annual Mavis Robertson International Women's Day lunches. This year we are putting a focus on ensuring our audiences for these events are 50/50. Encourage your male colleagues to join us!
Jane Caro has been a long-time supporter of Women in Super, and has appeared with our National Chair, Cate Wood, on (previous Road Show Speaker) Jamila Rizvi's 'Future Women' podcast, in addition to being a Walkley Award winning Australian columnist, author, novelist, broadcaster, advertising writer, documentary-maker, feminist and social commentator.
Her latest book Accidental Feminists is about the life story of women over 50 and was launched in February.
DATES AND LOCATIONS
Sydney - Monday 2 March 2020 SOLD OUT
Brisbane - Tuesday 3 March 2020 REGISTRATIONS CLOSED
Melbourne - Thursday 5 March 2020 SOLD OUT
ABOUT JANE CARO AM
Jane Caro AM, is a Walkley Award winning Australian columnist, author, novelist, broadcaster, advertising writer, documentary maker, feminist and social commentator.
She has published twelve books, including three novels Just a Girl, Just a Queen and Just Flesh & Blood, a trilogy on Elizabeth Tudor, and a memoir Plain Speaking Jane. She created and edited Unbreakable which featured stories women writers had never told before, which was published just before the #MeToo movement. Her latest book Accidental Feminists about the life story of women over 50 was launched in February.
She appears frequently on The Drum, Sunrise & Weekend Sunrise. She has created and presented four documentary series for ABC Compass, airing in 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018. She and Catherine Fox present a popular podcast with Podcast One, Austereo ‘Women With Clout’. She writes regular columns in ‘Sunday Life’ and ‘Leadership Matters’ and her opinion pieces appear frequently in The Saturday Paper, Fairfax, The Big Smoke, Women’s Agenda, ABC Online, SBS Online and TenDaily.
To learn more about Women in Super Founder, Mavis Robertson, and why we have named our event series after her, please click here.
This event is open to all (members, non-members women and men).