Past events

State of Western Sydney

NSW
Aug 23
At this event CEDA welcomes NSW Minister for Jobs and Investment, Tourism, and Western Sydney, the Hon. Stuart Ayres as we examine the state of Western Sydney across urban development, infrastructure and education, as well as growth opportunities to maximise business investment.

Speakers

The Hon. Stuart Ayres MP, Minister for Jobs and Investment, Tourism, and Western Sydney
Joseph Carrozzi, Managing Partner, PwC
Michala Lander, Manager Engagement, Communication and Communities, GHD
Lyn Cobley, Chief Executive, Westpac Institutional Bank

Women and Leadership: advancing women's economic empowerment

SA
Aug 23
Join CEDA as we discuss women’s economic security in the workforce and in retirement.

Speakers

Nicolette Rubinsztein, Non-Executive Director, UniSuper, President, Actuaries Institute
Jane Mussared, Chief Executive of COTA SA
Nick Reade, Chief Executive, Bank SA
Professor Marie Wilson, Pro Vice Chancellor Business and Law, University of South Australia Business School

Energy: Australia's national hydrogen strategy

VIC
Aug 23
Hear from Australia’s Chief Scientist Dr Alan Finkel on the latest work to develop and implement a national strategy for hydrogen energy in Australia.

Speakers

Dr Alan Finkel AO, Chief Scientist of Australia
Felicity Underhill, General Manager, Strategy Execution, Origin Energy
Ben Wilson, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Gas Infrastructure

Predict and act: the new black

WA
Aug 21
The roles of regulators, boards and management are under the microscope. Diane Smith-Gander will share her views on contemporary expectations of these three key players and consider how they should work together.

Speakers

Diane Smith-Gander AO, Chair Elect, CEDA

SA Higher education review

SA
Aug 19
Join CEDA as we host Vice Chancellors from the University of Adelaide, University of South Australia and Flinders University, along with newly appointed TAFE SA Chief Executive, David Coltman, to discuss the future of the higher education sector.

Speakers

David Coltman, Chief Executive, TAFE SA
Professor David Lloyd, Vice Chancellor and President, University of South Australia
Professor Peter Rathjen, Vice Chancellor and President, The University of Adelaide
The Hon. David Ridgway MLC, Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment

Monetary Policy update

QLD
Aug 16
Dr Alex Heath will provide a briefing to CEDA Trustees outlining the Reserve Bank of Australia's assessment of current economic conditions, both domestic and international, along with the outlook for Australian inflation and output growth.

Speakers

Dr Alexandra Heath, Head of Economic Analysis Department, Reserve Bank of Australia

Priorities in value-based healthcare

NSW
Aug 16
CEDA welcomes Dr Stephen Duckett and industry stakeholders to discuss trends and priorities in value-based healthcare.

Speakers

Dr Stephen Duckett, Health Program Director, Grattan Institute
Dr Nigel Lyons, Deputy Secretary, Health Systems Strategy and Planning, NSW Ministry of Health
Dr Zoe Wainer, Head of Public Health and Medical Director, Bupa
Leanne Wells, Chief Executive Officer, Consumers Health Forum of Australia

The economic benefit of compassion

SA
Aug 15
CEDA welcomes Anglicare SA's Chief Executive Officer, the Reverend Professor Peter Sandeman, as he delves into the practical benefits of a compassionate society.

Speakers

The Reverend Professor Peter Sandeman, Chief Executive Officer, Anglicare SA

Positioning New South Wales as a leader in future industries

NSW
Aug 14
CEDA NSW/ACT is delighted to welcome NSW Chief Scientist and Engineer, Professor Hugh Durrant-Whyte to the 2019 Trustee program. 

Speakers

Professor Hugh Durrant-Whyte, NSW Chief Scientist and Engineer

Securing the economic potential of cyberspace

WA
Aug 13
CEDA welcomes Australian Ambassador for Cyber Affairs, Dr Toby Feakin, to share with CEDA Trustees his insights on the online global marketplace and outline Australia’s International Cyber Engagement Strategy.

Speakers

Dr Toby Feakin, Ambassador for Cyber Affairs, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

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