Women and Leadership Series: Jayne Hrdlicka, CEO, Jetstar

Women and Leadership Series: Jayne Hrdlicka, CEO, Jetstar

Jun 1
CEDA is delighted to welcome Jane Hrdlicka, Chief Executive Officer of Jetstar to the CEDA lectern to talk about lessons in her career to date.


Jayne Hrdlicka, Chief Executive Officer, Jetstar Group
Con Tragakis, Chairman of Partners KPMG Member, CEDA SA/NT State Advisory Council

Event overview

CEDA's Women and Leadership series is delighted to welcome Jayne Hrdlicka, Chief Executive Officer, Jetstar Group. Jayne will discuss her career journey and share some of the important lessons she has learnt during her career to date.

Jayne is an inspirational leader and is passionate about advancing gender diversity in the workplace and is a member of Chief Executive Women.

Meet the keynote speaker

Jayne Hrdlicka
Chief Executive Officer, Jetstar Group

Jayne Hrdlicka was appointed Jetstar Group Chief Executive Officer in July 2012, having first joined the Qantas Group in August 2010 as group executive strategy and information technology.

Ms Hrdlicka is a former senior partner with Bain & Company in the firm's customer strategy and marketing practice, and led Bain's customer practice for the Asia region and later as a senior leader in the Australian practice.

In addition to her role at Jetstar, Jayne is also a director of Tennis Australia and a member of the Scotch College Council in Melbourne.

Meet the facilitator

Con Tragakis
Chairman of Partners KPMG Member, CEDA SA/NT State Advisory Council

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