Women and Leadership Series: Christmas Special

Women and Leadership Series: Christmas Special

Dec 8
Please contact the CEDA Adelaide office on 8211 7222 to register for this event


Jane Caro AM, Author and social commentator
Catherine Fox, Journalist and Author, University of South Australia
Tracey Spicer, Author and Media personality

Event overview

Are you tired of the usual Christmas small talk? Would you like a Christmas lunch with substance?

Join CEDA for some Christmas cheer and welcome back to the CEDA stage national television personality, Tracey Spicer, for the final event of the year in our highly successful 2014 Women and Leadership Series.

Be entertained and informed by CEDA favourites including lecturer, author and media commentator, Jane Caro, author and journalist, Catherine Fox together with media personality and Sky News presenter, Tracey Spicer.

Jane, Catherine and Tracey will reflect on this year, and look broadly at leadership in today's organisations and the big issues facing working women.

This is the perfect opportunity to wind down after a busy year and discuss these issues over some wonderful food, wine and company. This year we are pleased to feature singer and 2014 Womadelaide performer, Loren Kate, who will perform during the luncheon.


Meet the speakers

Jane Caro AM
Author and social commentator

Catherine Fox
Journalist and Author, University of South Australia

Tracey Spicer
Author and Media personality

Supported by CEDA members

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