Kylie was part of a panel discussion for ACU's International Women’s Day breakfast. The panel was made up of successful female alumni and attended by local government, faculty, alumni, students and other esteemed, invited guests. The theme was 'Push for Progress' and discussed what everyone can do to make a change.
Our very own Melissa Griffiths received the Australia Day Achievement Award in recognition of helping educate others and raise awareness of transgender issues. For more information, click here.
“... (diversity) is so difficult. There is no one thing—or even a number of things—that will necessarily deliver the outcome that you want or expect. You need to be bold in experimenting.”
–Elizabeth Broderick, a senior adviser to the head of UN Women in New York
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Leading on from last year's participation, Andrew is excited about participating in the International Managers and Leaders 'Great Debate' for International Women’s Day in Brisbane on March 8th. You can purchase tickets by visiting: managersandleaders.com.au.
Last year, the broadcast aired nationally, with over 2,000 people in attendance. It was a great way to get together with other passionate and supportive people committed to making a change. The event helped to raise over $50,000 for the YWCA partner. For more photos of the event, click here or on the image below. We look forward to seeing you there!
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