HOW CAN WE CREATE CHANGE IN ONE GENERATION?
This International Women’s Day, the Property Council of Australia and NAWIC present a trailblazer with an original take on leadership. Shelley Cable was just 24 years old when she was appointed CEO of Generation One at the Minderoo Foundation. Since then, Shelley has championed employment parity, with and for Indigenous Australians, in one generation. A proud Wilman-Nyoongar woman, Shelley has presented to the United Nations on financial empowerment of Indigenous people, was a delegate to the Uluru Convention on Constitutional Reform and is one of just 75 Indigenous accountants in Australia. Shelley is often the youngest person in the room, one of the only females and almost always the only Noongar woman – and her perspective allows her to look at diversity through a unique lens.
Is there a secret to ending economic disparity? Is financial literacy a vital leadership tool? And is visible leadership the most valuable leadership? These are just some of the questions Shelley will answer.
SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER
Just as Shelley Cable inspires with her vision to solve disparity in a generation, our powerful panel will apply their insights to our ambitious diversity agenda. Our panel speakers will reflect on the road travelled so far and the next steps we must take together to build a stronger, more diverse property industry. You won’t want to miss the pinnacle of the Property Council’s diversity calendar, the Women in Property Signature Lunch.
THANK YOU TO OUR OFFICIAL DIVERSITY PARTNER THANK YOU TO OUR DIVERSITY EVENT CO-HOST
THANK YOU TO OUR EVENT SUPPORTER
Important Information: Due to government mandates, showing proof of vaccination is required at Optus Stadium for this event. Please ensure you are prepared with either a digital copy or a printed copy of your COVID-19 vaccine certificate for entry to Optus Stadium. Please visit WA Government website on how to get a copy of your vaccine certificate.
Ticket Sales for this Event Close - 28th February 2022
Attendee Names and Dietary Requirements Due - 28th February 2022