1. 10 March 2017

    7:00am - 9:00am

    Brisbane IWD Breakfast


    UN Women National Committee (NC) Australia hosts Australia’s largest International Women’s Day (IWD) celebrations in March each year. IWD is a global day celebrating the economic, political and social achievements of women. It is also a day to review how far women have come in their struggle for equality, peace and development.

    IWD also provides an opportunity to unite, network and mobilise funds to foster meaningful change into the future.

    Venue: Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Plaza Ballroom, Merivale Street and Glenelg Street, South Brisbane, QLD 4101

    For registration enquiries, please contact the event contractors on 02 8936 0904 or email IWDenquiries@unwomen.org.au

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    PANELISTS



    Muniba Mazari, Pakistan’s National UN Women Ambassador

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    Muniba Mazari advocates for UN Women’s initiative Step It Up for Gender Equality and other campaigns promoting women’s empowerment.

    Mazari, who has been in a wheelchair following a car accident seven years ago which left her with spinal cord injury, has represented the voice of
    people across Pakistan on important issues including gender inequalities and discrimination. Mazari was named as one of BBC’s 100 Women for 2015.

    “I am a strong supporter of UN Women and the role we have in ending gender-based discrimination, working towards gender equality and making it a lived reality by 2030. This is the time to empower women and girls because when you empower one woman, you empower the whole generation”.

     



    Aleta Miller, UN Women Representative Fiji Multi-Country Office

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    Aleta is UN Women Representative for 14 Pacific island countries, leading UN Women’s programmes across the Pacific focused on ending violence against women, increasing women’s economic empowerment, addressing gender and protection in disaster preparedness and response, and increasing women’s political empowerment and leadership. She was previously Executive Director at Justice Centre Hong Kong, a human rights NGO protecting the rights of asylum seekers, refugees and survivors of trafficking and forced labor.

    Previously Aleta was advisor on gender and human rights for 20 countries across Eastern Europe and Central Asia with UNFPA in New York. Prior to this, Aleta spent six years working in national HIV programming in Myanmar with the UN and NGOs. Aleta’s career background includes: harm reduction programmes with drug users in Australia, Myanmar and China; working with young Vietnamese refugees at Hong Kong’s last refugee camp in the 1990s; community development programming in Papua New Guinea and Nepal; and advising the Chinese Government on HIV initiatives with sex workers and drug users.

    Aleta is an Australian Registered Psychologist (non-practicing), and holds a Masters degree in International Public Health, Honors in Applied Psychology, a Bachelor of Behavioral Sciences in Applied Psychology and Occupational Health, and a post-graduate diploma is trans-cultural mental health. She is married with children aged 4 and 6, and lives in Suva, Fiji.

     



    David Smales, Chief Executive Officer, Energy Queensland – MBA, BEng (Hons)

    David is a senior industry leader with over 30 years’ experience in technical, operational, asset management, corporate and senior executive roles, with a track record of value delivery in large blue chip energy companies. Prior to joining Energy Queensland, he was General Manager Generation at Origin Energy, responsible for all aspects of a portfolio of energy assets.

    David has significant international experience, working as the Head of Biomass Co-firing for Drax Power and Portfolio Projects Manager at Centrica Power Generation in the United Kingdom. He has extensive experience operating at a strategic level in leading and executing business development programs, including integration and transformational change, within the energy industry.

    David is committed to bringing the former Energex and Ergon Energy businesses together to create a bright new future for the state’s energy system. He is based in Townsville at the Energy Queensland head office.

     



    Tracey Spicer will be MC for the Brisbane breakfas
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    Tracey Spicer is the national co-founder and convenor of Women in Media, broadcaster on ABC TV, columnist for Fairfax newspapers, and presentation trainer at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School. For 25 years, the journalist and anchor presented national programs on Network Ten and Sky News. The 49-year-old is a proud Ambassador for ActionAid and World Vision. During the past three decades she’s travelled to Bangladesh, Kenya, India and Papua New Guinea to produce and present documentaries on women and girls in the developing world. Her memoir, The Good Girl Stripped Bare, will be published by HarperCollins in April, while her TEDx Talk, The Lady Stripped Bare, has garnered almost 1.5 million views. Tracey is an outspoken feminist, and mother to 10-year-old Grace and 12-year-old Taj.

     


     

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  2. 10 March 2017

    7:00am - 9:00am

    Adelaide IWD Breakfast


    Senator the Hon Penny Wong will host the Adelaide Breakfast celebrating International Women’s Day (IWD).

    Special guest speaker former Prime Minister the Hon Julia Gillard.

    Julia Gillard was sworn in as the 27th Prime Minister of Australia on 24 June 2010 and served in that office until June 2013.  Ms Gillard is the first woman to ever serve as Australia’s Prime Minister or Deputy Prime Minister. In October 2012, Ms Gillard received worldwide attention for her speech in Parliament on the treatment of women in professional and public life.

    In February 2014, Ms Gillard was appointed chair of the Global Partnership for Education, a leading organization dedicated to expanding access and quality education worldwide.
    Ms Gillard also serves as Patron of Camfed, the Campaign for Female Education, which tackles poverty and inequality by supporting girls to go to school and succeed, and empowering young women to step up as leaders of change

    Funds raised at this event will be donated to UN Women. IWD is a global day celebrating the economic, political and social achievements of women. It is also a day to review how far women have come in their struggle for equality, peace and development.

    IWD also provides an opportunity to unite, network and mobilise funds to foster meaningful change into the future.

    Venue:

    Adelaide Convention Centre, North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000.

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  3. 9 March 2017

    7:00am - 9:00am

    Sydney IWD Breakfast


    UN Women National Committee (NC) Australia hosts Australia’s largest International Women’s Day (IWD) celebrations in March each year. IWD is a global day celebrating the economic, political and social achievements of women. It is also a day to review how far women have come in their struggle for equality, peace and development.

    IWD also provides an opportunity to unite, network and mobilise funds to foster meaningful change into the future.

    Venue: Sydney International Convention Centre

    For registration enquiries, please contact the event contractors on 02 8936 0904 or email IWDenquiries@unwomen.org.au

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    PANELISTS



    Muniba Mazari, Pakistan’s National UN Women Ambassador

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    Muniba Mazari advocates for UN Women’s initiative Step It Up for Gender Equality and other campaigns promoting women’s empowerment.

    Mazari, who has been in a wheelchair following a car accident seven years ago which left her with spinal cord injury, has represented the voice of people across Pakistan on important issues including gender inequalities and discrimination. Mazari was named as one of BBC’s 100 Women for 2015.

    “I am a strong supporter of UN Women and the role we have in ending gender-based discrimination, working towards gender equality and making it a lived reality by 2030. This is the time to empower women and girls because when you empower one woman, you empower the whole generation”.

     



    Aleta Miller, UN Women Representative Fiji Multi-Country Office

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    Aleta is UN Women Representative for 14 Pacific island countries, leading UN Women’s programmes across the Pacific focused on ending violence against women, increasing women’s economic empowerment, addressing gender and protection in disaster preparedness and response, and increasing women’s political empowerment and leadership. She was previously Executive Director at Justice Centre Hong Kong, a human rights NGO protecting the rights of asylum seekers, refugees and survivors of trafficking and forced labor.

    Previously Aleta was advisor on gender and human rights for 20 countries across Eastern Europe and Central Asia with UNFPA in New York. Prior to this, Aleta spent six years working in national HIV programming in Myanmar with the UN and NGOs. Aleta’s career background includes: harm reduction programmes with drug users in Australia, Myanmar and China; working with young Vietnamese refugees at Hong Kong’s last refugee camp in the 1990s; community development programming in Papua New Guinea and Nepal; and advising the Chinese Government on HIV initiatives with sex workers and drug users.

    Aleta is an Australian Registered Psychologist (non-practicing), and holds a Masters degree in International Public Health, Honors in Applied Psychology, a Bachelor of Behavioral Sciences in Applied Psychology and Occupational Health, and a post-graduate diploma is trans-cultural mental health. She is married with children aged 4 and 6, and lives in Suva, Fiji.

     



    Elizabeth Proust AO, Chairman of the Australian Institute of Company Directors

    Elizabeth Proust has held leadership roles in the private and public sectors in Australia for over 30 years.

    Currently, she is Chairman of Nestlé Australia and Chairman of the Bank of Melbourne. She is Chairman of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and the Deputy Chairman of the Catholic Church’s Truth, Justice and Healing Council. She has recently joined the Victoria Police Corporate Advisory Group.

    In 2010 Elizabeth was made an Officer of the Order of Australian for distinguished service to public administration and to business, through leadership roles in government and private enterprise, as a mentor to women, and to the community through contributions to arts, charitable and educational bodies.

    Previously, Elizabeth worked in senior roles at the ANZ Banking Group, in Local, State and Federal Government, and in BP Australia and BP International. She has held senior positions in the Victorian Government, including as Secretary (CEO) of the Department of Premier and Cabinet and Secretary of the Attorney-General’s Department. She was also CEO of the City of Melbourne.

    Elizabeth is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and a Fellow of the Institute of Public Administration.

     

     



    Sandra Sully will be MC for the Sydney breakfast

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    Sandra Sully is a Journalist and Senior Editor with TEN Eyewitness News First At Five and one of the most recognisable and respected faces on Australian television.

    Sandra is the co-presenter of TEN Eyewitness News First At Five Sydney and has been part of the TEN News team since 1990. She celebrated her 25th anniversary at the network in 2015.

    Sandra has also hosted major Network news events including the Federal Budget, the Royal Wedding coverage from London and Oprah Winfrey’s Big ‘O’ event at the Botanical Gardens. She also co-hosted TEN’s interactive, real-life crime series Wanted.

    Sandra’s career includes 18 years as the highly popular Presenter and Senior Editor of TEN Late News with Sports Tonight. In that role, Sandra was the first Australian journalist to break the news of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in the United States. She has subsequently covered anniversary commemorations of both the Bali bombings and the September 11 attacks.

    Sandra’s documentary credits include travelling to Timor in 2010 to produce Independent Future, a report on how the then new nation was coping post-liberation.

    In 2009, her documentary Sandakan – Sheer Bloody Murder revealed the tragic story of hardship and horror faced by Australian prisoners of war in Borneo on the infamous death marches of World War II. It premiered on Network Ten over the Anzac Day weekend that year.

    Sandra was also one of the first on the scene at one of Australia’s worst natural disasters, the Thredbo landslide, and covered the emotional rescue of Stuart Diver in 1997.

    Off camera, Sandra is a news junkie and has been a driving force behind TEN Eyewitness News First At Five’s Social Media framework. She is a news leader on Twitter and Instagram and her prolific news tweets provide Australians with breaking news and information, amassing a large and loyal following along the way.

    Sandra’s engaging warmth, style and versatility have enabled her to cover numerous events such as Commonwealth and Olympic Games, as well as becoming the first woman to co-host the iconic Melbourne Cup/Spring Carnival, a role she filled for seven years.

    Sandra is a passionate sports fan and sits on the Board of Hockey Australia, as well as being one of the first women members of the prestigious Carbine Club of New South Wales, which supports children in sport.

    Sandra is an Ambassador for National Adoption Awareness as well as being committed to several charity organisations.  She’s Co-Patron of Spinal Cure; Ambassador for the NSW Crime Stoppers; and National Ambassador for Do Something, which encourages social change. 
    Sandra’s passion for news has fortified her position as one of the finest newsreaders in the country, delivering TEN Eyewitness News First At Five bulletins with integrity and credibility. 

     


     

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  4. 9 March 2017

    11:30am - 2:00pm

    Canberra IWD Lunch


    UN Women National Committee (NC) Australia hosts Australia’s largest International Women’s Day (IWD) celebrations in March each year. IWD is a global day celebrating the economic, political and social achievements of women. It is also a day to review how far women have come in their struggle for equality, peace and development.

    IWD also provides an opportunity to unite, network and mobilise funds to foster meaningful change into the future.

    Venue: National Convention Centre Canberra, Exhibition Hall, 31 Constitution Avenue, Canberra, ACT 2601 – Doors open 11:30 am for 12:00 pm start.

    For registration enquiries, please contact the event contractors on 02 8936 0904 or email IWDenquiries@unwomen.org.au

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    PANELISTS



    Muniba Mazari, Pakistan’s National UN Women Ambassador

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    Muniba Mazari advocates for UN Women’s initiative Step It Up for Gender Equality and other campaigns promoting women’s empowerment.

    Mazari, who has been in a wheelchair following a car accident seven years ago which left her with spinal cord injury, has represented the voice of people across Pakistan on important issues including gender inequalities and discrimination. Mazari was named as one of BBC’s 100 Women for 2015.

    “I am a strong supporter of UN Women and the role we have in ending gender-based discrimination, working towards gender equality and making it a lived reality by 2030. This is the time to empower women and girls because when you empower one woman, you empower the whole generation”.

     



    Aleta Miller, UN Women Representative Fiji Multi-Country Office

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    Aleta is UN Women Representative for 14 Pacific island countries, leading UN Women’s programmes across the Pacific focused on ending violence against women, increasing women’s economic empowerment, addressing gender and protection in disaster preparedness and response, and increasing women’s political empowerment and leadership. She was previously Executive Director at Justice Centre Hong Kong, a human rights NGO protecting the rights of asylum seekers, refugees and survivors of trafficking and forced labor.

    Previously Aleta was advisor on gender and human rights for 20 countries across Eastern Europe and Central Asia with UNFPA in New York. Prior to this, Aleta spent six years working in national HIV programming in Myanmar with the UN and NGOs. Aleta’s career background includes: harm reduction programmes with drug users in Australia, Myanmar and China; working with young Vietnamese refugees at Hong Kong’s last refugee camp in the 1990s; community development programming in Papua New Guinea and Nepal; and advising the Chinese Government on HIV initiatives with sex workers and drug users.

    Aleta is an Australian Registered Psychologist (non-practicing), and holds a Masters degree in International Public Health, Honors in Applied Psychology, a Bachelor of Behavioral Sciences in Applied Psychology and Occupational Health, and a post-graduate diploma is trans-cultural mental health. She is married with children aged 4 and 6, and lives in Suva, Fiji.

     



    Tracey Spicer will be MC for the Canberra lunch

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    Tracey Spicer is the national co-founder and convenor of Women in Media, broadcaster on ABC TV, columnist for Fairfax newspapers, and presentation trainer at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School. For 25 years, the journalist and anchor presented national programs on Network Ten and Sky News. The 49-year-old is a proud Ambassador for ActionAid and World Vision. During the past three decades she’s travelled to Bangladesh, Kenya, India and Papua New Guinea to produce and present documentaries on women and girls in the developing world. Her memoir, The Good Girl Stripped Bare, will be published by HarperCollins in April, while her TEDx Talk, The Lady Stripped Bare, has garnered almost 1.5 million views. Tracey is an outspoken feminist, and mother to 10-year-old Grace and 12-year-old Taj.

     


     

    We would like to extend our sincere thanks to our national partners and sponsors for their support of our International Women’s Day events and campaigns throughout the year.

     


     

    With thanks to our local supporters

     

                                                                           

     

                                                          

     

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  5. 8 March 2017

    7:00am - 9:00am

    Melbourne IWD Breakfast


    UN Women National Committee (NC) Australia hosts Australia’s largest International Women’s Day (IWD) celebrations in March each year. IWD is a global day celebrating the economic, political and social achievements of women. It is also a day to review how far women have come in their struggle for equality, peace and development.

    IWD also provides an opportunity to unite, network and mobilise funds to foster meaningful change into the future.

    Venue: Melbourne Park Function Centre, Batman Ave, Melbourne VIC 3000

    For registration enquiries, please contact the event contractors on 02 8936 0904 or email IWDenquiries@unwomen.org.au

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    PANELISTS



    Muniba Mazari, Pakistan’s National UN Women Ambassador

    muniba-mazari-an-inspiring-lady-artist-in-pakistan

    Muniba Mazari advocates for UN Women’s initiative Step It Up for Gender Equality and other campaigns promoting women’s empowerment.

    Mazari, who has been in a wheelchair following a car accident seven years ago which left her with spinal cord injury, has represented the voice of people across Pakistan on important issues including gender inequalities and discrimination. Mazari was named as one of BBC’s 100 Women for 2015.

    “I am a strong supporter of UN Women and the role we have in ending gender-based discrimination, working towards gender equality and making it a lived reality by 2030. This is the time to empower women and girls because when you empower one woman, you empower the whole generation”.

     



    Aleta Miller, UN Women Representative Fiji Multi-Country Office

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    Aleta is UN Women Representative for 14 Pacific island countries, leading UN Women’s programmes across the Pacific focused on ending violence against women, increasing women’s economic empowerment, addressing gender and protection in disaster preparedness and response, and increasing women’s political empowerment and leadership. She was previously Executive Director at Justice Centre Hong Kong, a human rights NGO protecting the rights of asylum seekers, refugees and survivors of trafficking and forced labor.

    Previously Aleta was advisor on gender and human rights for 20 countries across Eastern Europe and Central Asia with UNFPA in New York. Prior to this, Aleta spent six years working in national HIV programming in Myanmar with the UN and NGOs. Aleta’s career background includes: harm reduction programmes with drug users in Australia, Myanmar and China; working with young Vietnamese refugees at Hong Kong’s last refugee camp in the 1990s; community development programming in Papua New Guinea and Nepal; and advising the Chinese Government on HIV initiatives with sex workers and drug users.

    Aleta is an Australian Registered Psychologist (non-practicing), and holds a Masters degree in International Public Health, Honors in Applied Psychology, a Bachelor of Behavioral Sciences in Applied Psychology and Occupational Health, and a post-graduate diploma is trans-cultural mental health. She is married with children aged 4 and 6, and lives in Suva, Fiji.

     



    Kate Jenkins, Australian Sex Discrimination Commissioner

    Kate Jenkins commenced her term as Australia’s Sex Discrimination Commissioner in April 2016, bringing a wealth of human rights and legal experience to the position.

    Kate is leading a number of projects at the Australian Human Rights Commission including conducting a national survey on sexual harassment and sexual assault in university settings and continues the collaboration on cultural reform with the Australian Defence Force.

    She is the convener of the Victorian Male Champions of Change group, and the Co-Chair of Play by the Rules, as well as a member of the Boards of Heide Museum of Modern Art and the Carlton Football Club.

    Kate was recognised in the 2015 Australian Financial Review and Westpac 100 Women of Influence Awards for her work in public policy.

     



    Tracey Spicer will be MC for the Melbourne breakfast

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    Tracey Spicer is the national co-founder and convenor of Women in Media, broadcaster on ABC TV, columnist for Fairfax newspapers, and presentation trainer at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School. For 25 years, the journalist and anchor presented national programs on Network Ten and Sky News. The 49-year-old is a proud Ambassador for ActionAid and World Vision. During the past three decades she’s travelled to Bangladesh, Kenya, India and Papua New Guinea to produce and present documentaries on women and girls in the developing world. Her memoir, The Good Girl Stripped Bare, will be published by HarperCollins in April, while her TEDx Talk, The Lady Stripped Bare, has garnered almost 1.5 million views. Tracey is an outspoken feminist, and mother to 10-year-old Grace and 12-year-old Taj.

     


     

    We would like to extend our sincere thanks to our national partners and sponsors for their support of our International Women’s Day events and campaigns throughout the year.

     


     

    With thanks to our local supporters

     

           

     

     

                                                

     

     

                             

     

     

  6. 7 March 2017

    7:00am - 9:00am

    Perth IWD Breakfast


    UN Women National Committee (NC) Australia hosts Australia’s largest International Women’s Day (IWD) celebrations in March each year. IWD is a global day celebrating the economic, political and social achievements of women. It is also a day to review how far women have come in their struggle for equality, peace and development.

    IWD also provides an opportunity to unite, network and mobilise funds to foster meaningful change into the future.

    Venue: Perth Convention Centre, 21 Mounts Bay Rd, Perth WA 6000

    For registration enquiries, please contact the event contractors on 02 8936 0904 or email IWDenquiries@unwomen.org.au

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    PANELISTS



    Muniba Mazari, Pakistan’s National UN Women Ambassador

    muniba-mazari-an-inspiring-lady-artist-in-pakistan

    Muniba Mazari advocates for UN Women’s initiative Step It Up for Gender Equality and other campaigns promoting women’s empowerment.

    Mazari, who has been in a wheelchair following a car accident seven years ago which left her with spinal cord injury, has represented the voice of people across Pakistan on important issues including gender inequalities and discrimination. Mazari was named as one of BBC’s 100 Women for 2015.

    “I am a strong supporter of UN Women and the role we have in ending gender-based discrimination, working towards gender equality and making it a lived reality by 2030. This is the time to empower women and girls because when you empower one woman, you empower the whole generation”.

     



    Aleta Miller, UN Women Representative Fiji Multi-Country Office

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    Aleta is UN Women Representative for 14 Pacific island countries, leading UN Women’s programmes across the Pacific focused on ending violence against women, increasing women’s economic empowerment, addressing gender and protection in disaster preparedness and response, and increasing women’s political empowerment and leadership. She was previously Executive Director at Justice Centre Hong Kong, a human rights NGO protecting the rights of asylum seekers, refugees and survivors of trafficking and forced labor.

    Previously Aleta was advisor on gender and human rights for 20 countries across Eastern Europe and Central Asia with UNFPA in New York. Prior to this, Aleta spent six years working in national HIV programming in Myanmar with the UN and NGOs. Aleta’s career background includes: harm reduction programmes with drug users in Australia, Myanmar and China; working with young Vietnamese refugees at Hong Kong’s last refugee camp in the 1990s; community development programming in Papua New Guinea and Nepal; and advising the Chinese Government on HIV initiatives with sex workers and drug users.

    Aleta is an Australian Registered Psychologist (non-practicing), and holds a Masters degree in International Public Health, Honors in Applied Psychology, a Bachelor of Behavioral Sciences in Applied Psychology and Occupational Health, and a post-graduate diploma is trans-cultural mental health. She is married with children aged 4 and 6, and lives in Suva, Fiji.

     



    Tracey Horton AO, BEc (Hons) (UWA), MBA (Stanford), FAICD, FGIA, Emeritus Professor (UWA)

    Tracey is the Chairman for Navitas Limited and Non-Executive Director of Australian Institute of Company Directors National Board. She is a Commissioner of the Tourism Commission and a member of the Takeovers Panel and Bain & Company Advisory Board.

    Additionally, Tracey’s community activities include Chair of Council of Presbyterian Ladies College and Immediate Past President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (WA).

    Tracey’s career began in Sydney with the Reserve Bank of Australia after graduating from The University of Western Australia. Upon completing her MBA at Stanford University in California, Tracey spent several years working for the international management consulting firm, Bain & Company, providing strategic and management advice to international clients in the technology, retail, healthcare and utility sectors.

    Tracey returned to Perth in 2000, as a Director at Poynton and Partners and GEM Consulting, attending to clients in the utility and resources sectors. Her most recent executive role was as Dean of the University of Western Australia from mid-2004 to August 2011, where she was awarded the life-time title of Emeritus Professor.

    Tracey was recognised for distinguished service to business and business education and appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia in 2017.

     



    Tracey Spicer will be MC for the Perth breakfast

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    Tracey Spicer is the national co-founder and convenor of Women in Media, broadcaster on ABC TV, columnist for Fairfax newspapers, and presentation trainer at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School. For 25 years, the journalist and anchor presented national programs on Network Ten and Sky News. The 49-year-old is a proud Ambassador for ActionAid and World Vision. During the past three decades she’s travelled to Bangladesh, Kenya, India and Papua New Guinea to produce and present documentaries on women and girls in the developing world. Her memoir, The Good Girl Stripped Bare, will be published by HarperCollins in April, while her TEDx Talk, The Lady Stripped Bare, has garnered almost 1.5 million views. Tracey is an outspoken feminist, and mother to 10-year-old Grace and 12-year-old Taj.

     


     

    We would like to extend our sincere thanks to our national partners and sponsors for their support of our International Women’s Day events and campaigns throughout the year.



    Thank you to our local supporters