Calling out financial bias and imbalance

Calling out financial bias and imbalance

Jun 15
CEDA's Women in Leadership series delivers leading thinking and thinkers, new insights and a forum for debate on the complex and critical economic development issue of financial bias and imbalance.



Tracey Spicer, Author and Media personality
Mary Delahunty, General Manager - Business Development and Policy, HESTA
Andrew Hagger, Chief Customer Officer- Consumer and Wealth, National Australia Bank
Professor Cobie Rudd, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Strategic Partnerships), Edith Cowan University

Event overview

Join CEDA to hear from passionate trail blazers and promoters of change who champion the need to discuss and promote the financial bias and imbalance in the workplace. Part 2 of the CEDA Women in Leadership Event series on 15 June is a must attend event.

Tracey Spicer, a straight-talking and well-known media personality, will share the story of how she battled and won in the media industry, promoting equality in the workplace. This is sure to a be an entertaining and inspiring Keynote address.

Distinguished guests will continue discussions by profiling global initiatives dedicated to organisational equity balance; highlighting commitments to advance equality and diversity in STEM higher education and research; and addressing the impact of lower rates of superannuation for women on the economy.

Book today to attend this outstanding event to discuss, debate and explore, the long and short term challenges and opportunities for government and business determined to bridge financial imbalance and bias in the workplace.

Strategies and ideas for change will be shared, perfect for inclusion in your workplace or with your team and your life.

Meet the keynote speaker

Tracey Spicer
Author and Media personality

Meet the speakers

Mary Delahunty
General Manager - Business Development and Policy, HESTA

Andrew Hagger
Chief Customer Officer- Consumer and Wealth, National Australia Bank

Professor Cobie Rudd
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Strategic Partnerships), Edith Cowan University

Supported by CEDA members

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