Past events

Women in Leadership: strengthening women's economic security

ACT
Jul 6
CEDA returns to Canberra for it's annual Women in Leadership discussion to examine women's economic security and gender inequality in the workforce and in retirement.

Speakers

Libby Lyons, Director, Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA)
Ian Yates AM, Chief Executive, Council of the Ageing Australia (COTA)
Sawsan Howard, General Manager - Corporate Affairs, Australian Super

Delivering the welfare payments transformation program

ACT
Jul 5
CEDA NSW/ACT is delighted to welcome John Murphy, Deputy Secretary - Payments Reform, Department of Human Services to the 2017 Trustee program.

Speakers

John Murphy, Deputy Secretary - Payments Reform, Department of Human Services

Energy storage innovation

VIC
Jul 3
Join Elisabeth Brinton, Executive General Manager, New Energy from AGL and Mike Erskin, Executive Advisor from GHD to discuss the findings of a GHD study commissioned by AGL on energy storage innovation.

Speakers

Mike Erskine, Executive Advisor, GHD

Securing a reliable and responsive energy market

NSW
Jun 29
CEDA welcomes NSW Minister for Resources, Energy and Utilities, the Hon. Don Harwin MLC and AEMO Chief Executive Officer Audrey Zibelman, to address CEDA members and guests on the role of a responsible and reliable energy mix in securing NSW's energy future.

Speakers

The Hon. Don Harwin MLC, NSW Minister for Resources, NSW Minister for Energy and Utilities
David Swift, Executive General Manager, Corporate Development, Australian Energy Market Operator

Healthcare innovation

VIC
Jun 29
Join healthcare leaders as we look at the opportunities for business system innovation, efficiency and improved patient outcomes.

Speakers

Dr Anne Duggan, Senior Medical Advisor, Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care
Rohan Mead, Group Managing Director and CEO, Australian Unity
Kym Peake, Secretary, Victorian Department of Health and Human Services

Competitive regions

QLD
Jun 28
Regions and cities increasingly compete globally for investment, talent and opportunities to further growth. Understanding the effect competition and global mega trends reshaping our economy will have on South East Queensland is critical to informing both long term planning and decisions now.

Speakers

Cr Paul Antonio, Mayor, Toowoomba Regional Council
Cr Greg Christensen, Mayor, Scenic Rim Regional Council
Cr Graham Quirk, Lord Mayor, Brisbane City Council

Meeting Australia's future healthcare needs

NSW
Jun 28
CEDA NSW/ACT is delighted to welcome Andrew Stuart, Deputy Secretary, Health Benefits, Federal Department of Health to the 2017 Trustee program.

Speakers

Andrew Stuart, Deputy Secretary, Department of Health

Infrastructure procurement and public-private partnerships

VIC
Jun 28
Join Daniel Mulino, Parliamentary Secretary for Treasury and Finance to hear about new requirements for public-private partnerships (PPPs) under the Partnerships Victoria policy in the delivery of public infrastructure services and projects.

Speakers

Daniel Mulino, Parliamentary Secretary, Treasury and Finance

Education: the economic imperative

VIC
Jun 27
How can the education and training services sector underpin Australia's economic growth, and what is needed into the future? Join leading thinkers on the transformation of education services in a dynamic service-based economy.

Speakers

Professor Margaret Gardner AO, President and Vice-Chancellor, Monash University
Associate Professor Ian Marshman, Honorary Principal Fellow, Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education
Helen Zimmerman, Chief Corporate Affairs Officer, Navitas

What does Brexit mean for us?

SA
Jun 27
Join your fellow Trustees as Remo Moretta, Assistant Secretary - Europe Trade and Brexit at DFAT discusses the reasons for the referendum: why it turned out the way it did; what the legal and negotiating processes will be between the EU and UK; how long it will take; and explore the challenges and opportunites for Australia.

Speakers

Remo Moretta, Assistant Secretary - Europe Trade and Brexit, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)

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