To a special breakfast on Tuesday 30 July
Join us for a morning of networking followed by a panel discussion featuring inspiring female leaders talking about how partnerships and collaborations with Aboriginal and rural Australians can help us build a more resilient future.
Welcome to Country: Vivienne Hansen, Noongar Elder
Host: Heather Campbell, Chief Executive, Bush Heritage Australia
Moderator: Dr Ann Jones, Presenter and Producer, ABC Radio National's Off Track
Closing address: Christina Tonkin, Managing Director, Loans and Specialised Finance, ANZ
Aboriginal Engagement Manager, Bush Heritage Australia
Cissy is a mother of five and a Jaru/Kiji woman. She is passionate about lands and waters, is on a number of boards and committees, and has previously worked for the Kimberley Land Council and Balanggarra Aboriginal Corporation.
Project Manager, Cooperative Research Centre for Developing Northern Australia (CRCNA)
Catherine is a well-respected leader in Australia's agricultural sector and a former WA Rural Woman of the Year. Before joining CRCNA she was founding CEO of the Kimberley/Pilbara Cattleman's Association.
Lecturer, University of Western Australia
Alison has more than 20 years' experience in the conservation sector, and recently completed a PhD in collaboration with Noongar Elders exploring how specific cultural activities have influenced floristic diversity in south-west Australia.
Executive General Manager, Corporate Affairs, Wesfarmers
Before Wesfarmers, Naomi worked for Deutsche Bank for 20 years, most recently as head of the Global Transaction Banking division for Australia and New Zealand. In 2018, The Asset recognised her as Australian Custodian Banker of the Year.
Date: Tuesday 30 July
Time: 7am - 9am, with optional networking to 9.30 am
Place: Frasers Kings Park, 60 Fraser Avenue, West Perth
Cost: $65 per person; $500 for a table of eight (inc. GST).
Bush Heritage acknowledges the Whadjuk Traditional Owners.
We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.