Gender in investing is currently confined to localised impact opportunities, investor engagement and supply chain insistence. But what does a system approach to gender look like? How can we take what we know to be a risk to economic prosperity and make the economy notice?
Join Women in Super for breakfast, with Mary Delahunty, Managing Director, Seven Advisory, as we discuss profiting from inequity and harm, and what impact investors are doing to tackle this at a structural level. We want to evaluate gender lens investing beyond just philanthropy, by examining each of the drivers at the system level.
Gender inequality is a system issue, and it doesn't just affect women. Not applying a gender lens will hold everyone's prosperity back. Join us to find out how you can have the conversations - as an individual or within your organisation - to hold the system to account.
ABOUT MARY DELAHUNTY
Mary is the founder of Seven Advisory, helping companies progress with purpose and Impact.
Previously Mary was the Head of Impact for HESTA a $67B superannuation fund leading the responsible investment, government relations and CSR programs. She has held senior roles in financial services organisations for over 15 years and is passionate about authentic progressive capital.
Mary is a 2015 Churchill Fellow awarded for the completion of international research on equity for women in pension systems.
Mary is a current Board Member of The Emergency Services Telecommunication Authority, The McKell Institute and Emily’s List Australia.
Mary has served as the Chair of the Ministerial Advisory Council for Gender Equality in the State of Victoria, and was a past Chair of Reclink Australia.
Mary is a former Mayor, Deputy Mayor and elected Councillor for an inner city municipality.
Mary holds a Masters of Finance (Corporate Advisory) and has six children.
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