Upcoming events

Women and leadership series: the importance of STEM

Sep 28
CEDA is delighted to welcome key leaders to engage in a critical discussion around the importance of a STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education and career for women.


Dr Hannah Brown, Chief Science Storyteller, SAHMRI
Professor Tanya Monro, Deputy Vice Chancellor Research and Innovation, University of South Australia
Laura Tyler, Asset President of Olympic Dam, BHP
Christine Zeitz, Chief Executive Officer, Leidos Australia

Legacies that inspire equality

Oct 4
Elizabeth Broderick AO returns to the CEDA stage to examine legacies that inspire shared value and intergenerational learning towards gender equality.


Elizabeth Broderick AO, Independent Expert, UN working group on Discrimination Against Women
Kevin McCann AM, Founding Member, Male Champions of Change; Chair and Non-Executive Director

Women's economic security

Oct 29
Join Australia’s Federal Minister for Women, the Hon. Kelly O’Dwyer to hear more about the Government’s plans to improve women’s economic security.


The Hon. Kelly O'Dwyer MP, Minister for Women, Minister for Jobs and Industrial Relations

Women in Leadership - diversity in the arts

Nov 9
Join esteemed leaders as they examine the challenges and opportunities of diversity and inclusion in the arts sector, in CEDA’s final 2018 Women in Leadership event.


Wendy Martin, Director, Perth Festival
Sam Walsh AO, Chair, Art Gallery of Western Australia
Clare Watson, Artistic Director, Black Swan State Theatre Company

Women in Leadership: motivate and mobilise

Nov 15
At this final event in CEDA’s 2018 Women in Leadership series in Queensland you’ll hear from award winning, society changing journalist Joanne McCarthy – a remarkable leader.


Joanne McCarthy, Journalist, Newcastle Herald