EA/PA breakfast 2019

EA/PA breakfast 2019

Dec 6
CEDA NSW/ACT is delighted to welome the Black Dog Institute to lead our annual EA/PA networking breakfast.  


Kate Wright, Workplace Engagement Manager, Black Dog Institute

Event overview

We are delighted to welcome Black Dog Institute, Workplace Engagement Manager, Kate Wright to CEDA's complimentary EA/PA breakfast event for adminstrative professionals of CEDA member organisations. 

The focus of the 2019 event is mental health in the workplace. The Black Dog Institute is a not-for-profit Medical Research Institute and a global leader in translational mental health research. 


Meet the speaker

Kate Wright
Workplace Engagement Manager, Black Dog Institute

As Workplace Engagement Manager, Kate engages with workplaces and business leaders to help organisations to create a work environment that promotes mental wellbeing, increased staff engagement and greater productivity. Leveraging research from Australia’s leading workplace research team, Kate works with organisations to consult, design and deliver workplace mental health and wellbeing products. Black Dog Institute's workplace training programs are built on current, proven research which is customised for the individual business.

Kate has a lived experience of mental illness and knows first-hand the importance of creating mentally healthier workplaces, both from the perspective of a manager, and an employee experiencing mental illness. She has experience managing people, projects and business units in consultancy, community and not-for-profit sectors across Australia, working with diverse cohorts such as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, refugees, and people with disability. 

Kindly hosted by CEDA member:

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