Online: Q&A: CARE Australia & BWA – The ‘Multiplier Effect’ & Power of Women

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Online Q&A: CARE Australia & BWA - The 'Multiplier Effect' & Power of Women

Online: Q&A: CARE Australia & BWA – The ‘Multiplier Effect’ & Power of Women

March 2, 2023 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am
Online: Q&A: CARE Australia & BWA - The 'Multiplier Effect' & Power of Women @ Online

Join BWA National Director, Lyn Hawkins with CARE Australia‘s panel for an interactive conversation about the powerful ‘Her Circle’ campaign which aims to shine a spotlight on one truly amazing fact: when a woman escapes poverty, she brings four others in her circle with her — now that’s a powerful multiplier.

We’ve seen it time and time again. When a woman is healthy and educated, her family will be too. When she earns an income, she invests it in the health and education of her children, family and community. And when a woman speaks, she speaks up for others too.

To amplify the message of the 2023 International Women’s Day #EmbraceEquity, which falls on 8th March, we’re hoping you can match her impact by bringing together your circle, team or network to help support women to defeat poverty and amplify the power of women.

This online roundtable and Q&A forum will appeal to every business and community leader, manager, executive and entrepreneur keen to be a champion of change.

Check your time zone:

  1. VIC, NSW, TAS, ACT: 12.30 pm
  2. SA: 12:00 pm
  3. QLD: 11:30 am
  4. NT: 11:00 am
  5. WA: 9:30 am

About CARE Australia:

CARE Australia works to defeat global poverty by supporting women to create lasting change in their communities and withstand disaster impacts within Asia and the Pacific, and across the globe.

Launching the ‘Her Circle’ campaign in February in preparation for International Women’s Day 2023 in March, CARE acknowledges the role of women as pillars and community builders of society. Women can make a huge impact because when one woman escapes poverty, she brings four others with her. Find out more about the work of CARE Australia here:

About Suzi Chinnery:

Suzi is the Head of Capability and Impact and leads CARE Australia’s program strategy including theory of change and a team of technical specialists delivering on program quality in women’s economic justice and climate justice. She has over 20 years experience in markets based approaches, gender equality and women’s economic justice supporting development programs predominantly across Asia and the Pacific. She has experience in areas of women’s civil and political leadership, is a leader on addressing gender equality and gender based violence in the world of work and has worked on gender equality at enterprise and supply chain level. She holds a Bachelor of Business, a Masters of International Studies, a Masters of Public and International Law and a Graduate Diploma in Psychology.

About Kate Ringvall:

Kate is a leader in the Sustainability and Circular Economy field – working, studying and exploring the many facets that make up Sustainability as we know it today. Kate has a Masters in Public Policy and a PhD in Planning and my areas of expertise and interest are in the Circular Economy, Sustainability in Business, Sustainability Branding, Sustainable Urban Planning, Sustainable Cities, Sustainable Transport, Transit Orientated Development, and Energy Efficiency in the Built Environment. Kate has worked for governments at all levels, large corporations, and Universities – implementing and integrating sustainability principles and practices. Kate is also a Co-founder and a Governing Fellow of the Galactic Cooperative, who are leading the way for the development of a Circular Economy in WA; and is now leading the Circular Economy agenda for GHD in Canberra.

About the Host, Lyn Hawkins:

Lyn is the National Director of Business Women Australia and a management consultant with a focus on business growth, marketing and cultural transformation. She has held senior roles with KPMG, HHG Legal Group, HLB Mann Judd and Telstra, in addition to General Management roles with technology-based businesses. As a Principal of a successful consulting practice Lyn works predominantly with professional services firms (legal, accounting and technology) and executive teams developing and implementing business development strategies.

About Business Women Australia:

BWA brings together business women from all sectors, industries and states;

  • Business owners and entrepreneurs
  • Executives and managers
  • Professionals
  • Women on boards
  • Emerging leaders
  • Women who desire growth and high level connections

Business Women Australia is focused on key areas of development;

  • Leadership
  • Business Improvement
  • Personal and Professional Growth
  • Connections and Friendship

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