Women for Media briefing and workshop with Amy Mullins, Wednesday, April 13th
Join Amy Mullins, Executive Director of the Women’s Leadership Institute Australia, for an introduction to the Women for Media initiative followed by a workshop on social media skills drawing on Amy’s professional experience and profile.
This briefing and workshop aims to inform and empower attendees with practical knowledge, skills and a deep understanding of how leaders can and must be engaged and visible in the digital age.
Women for Media, is an online database and network of Australia's top female leaders in business, finance, government and the not-for-profit sector.
It was established by WLIA Founding Chair Carol Schwartz AM in 2012 and provides journalists with the direct contacts of senior female leaders for interview or comment.
Women for Media aims to increase the visibility of female leaders in the media speaking about their professional areas of expertise in order to ensure diversity of thought, broaden the public debate, challenge stereotypes, and provide role models for other aspiring executives and leaders.
When: Wednesday, April 13th 2016
Time: 12:15 for 12:30 finishing at 2 pm sharp
Where: The Trawalla Group Boardroom, Level 4, 167 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
Bookings: Members and their guests $50 (please note that you must be logged into the website to purchase this ticket which can be done via the sign in button on the top right hand side of the website), Non-Members $65. Ticket includes a light lunch. Click here to buy tickets!!!
Enquiries: Mandy at email@example.com or 0414 582 860
Amy Mullins is Executive Director of the Women’s Leadership Institute Australia (WLIA). She leads and manages the institute, including the Women for Media initiative. Amy is also Co-Program Leader of the Property Male Champions of Change and an Advisory Committee Member for the Pathways to Politics Program for Women at the School of Government, The University of Melbourne. She is committed to addressing the imbalance of women in leadership positions.
Amy is a well-known and respected political and policy commentator, writing for ABC’s The Drum and the Guardian Australia, and appearing on SBS World News Australia (TV), Triple R’s Spoke program and ABC Radio National. Her website and writing was archived by the National Library of Australia.