Changing the landscape of gender equality

Changing the landscape of gender equality

TAS
Aug 06

In the last decade there have been many changes in the landscape of gender equality. Join prominent thought-leader and founder of the Male Champions of Change, Liz Broderick, as she reflects on the progress, setbacks and clear areas of opportunity to create a more gender equal world.

Speakers

Elizabeth Broderick, Sex Discrimination Commissioner; Founder and Chair, Male Champions of Change
Stephen Davy, Chief Executive Officer, Hydro Tasmania
Greg Johannes, Secretary, Tasmanian Department of Premier and Cabinet

 

 Public event
 06/08/2015
 Wrest Point, 410 Sandy Bay Road, Hobart, TAS

 Women in Leadership
 Lunch (11.45am to 2.00pm)

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Meet the speakers

Elizabeth Broderick
Sex Discrimination Commissioner
Founder, Male Champions of Change

Elizabeth Broderick was appointed for a five year term as Sex Discrimination Commissioner in September 2007. During her term, she has been committed to improving gender equality through her advocacy in preventing violence against women and sexual harassment, improving lifetime economic security for women, balancing paid work and unpaid caring responsibilities, promoting women’s representation in leadership and strengthening gender equality laws and agencies.
Elizabeth has been a key advocate for Australia’s national paid parental leave scheme and domestic violence reform. She has championed the changes to the ASX Corporate Governance Principles to increase the number of women at decision making level. She has developed the Male Champions of Change strategy and worked with the Australian Government to strengthen gender equality laws and agencies.

Stephen Davy
Chief Executive Officer
Hydro Tasmania

Stephen Davy is Chief Executive Officer at Hydro Tasmania and has been with the business since 2005. Previously Steve worked in the banking industry, trading and marketing currency and derivative products and was a Senior Vice President at Bankers Trust Australia in the 1990s. He began his career in New Zealand in 1985.


 

Greg Johannes
Secretary
Tasmanian Department of Premier and Cabinet

Greg Johannes is Secretary of the Tasmanian Department of Premier and Cabinet and Head of Tasmania’s State Service. Over the last 13 years Greg has held a succession of high profile roles in Tasmania, including work as the Acting Secretary of Health and Human Services and Deputy Secretary of Business and Community Development within the State’s Development Agency.

 

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