Women in Leadership: courage and change

Women in Leadership: courage and change

Mar 27
CEDA's 2015 Women in Leadership series presents leaders of courage and leaders of change.
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Angela Fox, Managing Director Australia and New Zealand, Dell
Carolyn Viney, Chief Executive Officer, Grocon

Event Overview

CEDA's Women in Leadership series is acknowledged for providing fresh thinking and insight on a complex and pressing economic development issue.

In 2015 the series continues, presenting leaders of courage and leaders of change.

Angela Fox and Carolyn Viney are transforming their organisations, challenging past practices, delivering new business and new ways of doing business.

Join colleagues, guests and CEDA’s senior cross sector, cross profession audience to hear from these senior executive women on success and frustration; progressing new ideas and new thinking on leadership; gender equity and achieving change.

The opening Queensland event in the 2015 series marks five years since CEDA’s first Women in Leadership event. Attendees will receive a special Women in Leadership publication – a compilation of influential and inspirational speeches delivered at CEDA Women in Leadership events across Australia in the past five years.


Meet the speakers

Angela Fox
Managing Director Australia and New Zealand, Dell

With a Bachelor of Science in Zoology, Angela Fox has held senior roles in the in the technology sector for more than ten years. At Dell she has led organisational change, worked across the Asia Pacific, Japan, Australia and New Zealand, and launched the Australia and New Zealand diversity council.

Carolyn Viney
Chief Executive Officer, Grocon

Carolyn Viney is a leader known for her integrity, for speaking her mind and for getting the best out of people. As Chief Executive Officer of Australia's largest privately-owned development, construction and funds management business, she has worked through crisis and growth, and initial hesitations about being young, a woman and an industry outsider.

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