This year’s theme: Towards Tomorrow
Develop key leadership skills, strengthen your network & propel your career
Conference Date
19th - 22nd August 2019
Rydges on Swanston Melbourne
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Empowering women to advance their career in transport & infrastructure

In this competitive environment, it is important to advance your skills and position yourself as a strong female leader. The inaugural Women in Transport & Infrastructure Leadership Summit will explore the skills and strategies to overcome obstacles and seize opportunities for career progression.

Network with some of Australia’s foremost industry leaders and learn to future-proof your career through anecdotal presentations, interactive sessions and engaging panel discussions. Join the movement to support women’s leadership and gain key tips and tools to propel your career in transport & infrastructure.

Learn practical strategies to
  • Overcome obstacles to career progression
  • Transition from a technical specialist to a leader
  • Juggle personal & professional responsibilities
  • Seize the right opportunities for you
  • Build better relationships to underpin your career
  • Lead with influence & impact

  • Who will attend?
    • Current, future and aspiring women leaders from all roles across transport, infrastructure, rail & road
    • HR, Diversity, Learning & Development, Inclusion and Cultural Change professionals
    • Male Champions of Change and those looking to better understand the challenges women face

    Attend to learn:

    • Elevate your leadership skills to make an impact
    • Excel in a male-dominated environment
    • Transition from technical specialist to leader
    • Develop a better work/life balance
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    Key Speakers

    Rachel Johnson
    Chief Executive Officer
    Victorian Ports Corporation
    Alexia Gontier
    Chief Financial Officer
    Transdev Australia
    Leilani Frew
    Chief Executive Officer
    Infrastructure & Project Financing Agency
    Fiona Adamson
    Executive Director, Transport Operations
    Department of Transport Victoria



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