Indigenous Women’s Leadership Summit 2014 - Perth

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PERTH, Australia - May 2, 2014 - PRLog -- Key Strategies for Female Indigenous Leaders across All Sectors to Accomplish Personal and Organisational Goals and Maximise Opportunities for Career Advancement

Liquid Learning is delighted to present the Indigenous Women’s Leadership Summit 2014, an uplifting and inspirational leadership development opportunity designed for emerging and established leaders across all sectors.


Inspiring and empowering stories of success from current and emerging leaders
Practical strategies for influential leadership
Strengthening assertiveness and self-confidence skills
Balancing professional commitments with community obligations


Leeanne Caton Managing Director
Noongar Mia Mia

Barbara McGillivray National Manager, Indigenous Employment and Training
TR7 Pty Ltd

Gningala Yarran-Mark Manager, Aboriginal Engagement
Sinclair Knight Merz

Christine Ross Indigenous Relations Manager
Laing O’Rourke

Lynette Lund Manager, Aboriginal Affairs
Water Corporation WA

Stephanie Williams Deputy Regional Manager
Aboriginal Hostels Limited

Michelle Broun Manager, Indigenous Community Stories Program
Film and Television Institute, WA

Joslyn Tass Mentor, Indigenous Employment
BHP Billiton

Ingrid Cumming Chief Executive Officer
Kart Koort Wiern Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Corporation


Josephine Cashman Managing Director
Riverview Global Partners

Kirstie Parker Co-Chair
National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples

Kirsten Gray Chief Executive Officer
NSW Reconciliation Council

Cheri Yavu-Kama-Harathunian Director / Chaplain
Indigenous Wellbeing Centre

Kerryanne Liddle Manager, Aboriginal Participation
Santos Limited

Tina Pidcock Manager, Aboriginal Health, Equity and Diversity
Hunter Medicare Local

Marjorie Anderson Manager, Aboriginal Program
Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority


Over the years, female Indigenous representation in leadership has increased within organisations across Australia; however there is still a long way to go. In order to continue to move forward and increase access to leadership opportunities, it is crucial that female Indigenous leaders refine their skills and aptitudes.

This event will offer an exceptional speaker faculty, sharing their experiences and insights in order to address the challenges and obstacles faced by Indigenous women wishing to progress their leadership careers. It will also showcase strategies on how these challenges can be overcome, and the methods that women can implement in order to ensure that their career duties and goals are aligned with cultural and community obligations.

The Indigenous Women’s Leadership Summit 2014 will address the complex and diverse roles that female Indigenous leaders take on, providing strategies on how they can increase their scope as influential leaders, whilst exploring the methods that can be utilised in order to increase self-confidence and assertiveness. The objective of the Summit is to provide an opportunity for delegates to optimise their capacity to excel in their careers and to achieve success as leaders.

For more information contact Liquid Learning on:

P 02 8239 9700
F 02 8239 9777

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Ben Hitchcock
61 2 8239 9700
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