This year, to celebrate International Women’s Day, Astrolabe Group is hosting a virtual Lunch & Learn. Bring your own lunch and join us online for an invigorating discussion!
Join us on Friday 5 March from 12.30pm AEDT.
Opening with a welcome from Aboriginal woman, Lauren Drayton, the session will be a facilitated discussion led by Astrolabe’s emerging leader, Belinda Jackson. We’re excited to explore this year’s theme for International Women’s Day #ChoosetoChallenge.
Our speakers will explore how they break the stereotype or challenge their non-traditional roles and respond to questions from the audience. You’ll hear from:
Somali Cerise, Program Director STEM, Champions of Change
Somali Cerise is a human rights and gender equality expert with a global profile. She believes the challenges presented by COVID make the pursuit of gender equality an urgent priority.
Natasha Luschwitz, Executive Director, Strategic Coordination Branch, Department of Premier & Cabinet
2020 was a year of significant challenges for all, beginning with the bushfire crisis in NSW and closely followed by COVID-19. Natasha has brought together senior leaders from across government agencies to support the establishment of the Disaster Recovery Office.
Claire Beattie, Executive Director, Partnerships , School Infrastructure NSW
Claire is a proud Aboriginal woman and an experienced leader who loves the challenge of delivering complex projects. Claire was a Finalist in the Premier’s Awards for Driving Public Sector Diversity, and a Finalist in both the Australian of the Year Award and Young Australian of the Year Award.
Cathy Hayes, Head of Client and Strategy Building NSW & ACT, CPB Contractors
With a combination of an MBA (Exec) with a long architectural career and more than 25 years’ experience in the design and construction industry, Cathy is a customer experience focused strategist that enjoys solving complex problems.