Want to know about an upcoming gender equality event near you? Or how to get involved with one of our Member Organisations?
AGEC has developed an easy to use Event Calendar for our Members and Subscribers that tells you everything you need to know about –
- Upcoming AGEC events
- Member Organization Events
- Key annual events on the gender equality calendar
It even tells you how to get there! Click here to see the calendar
If you’re a Member Organization, your login will allow you to log your event details and a link to your own website or event portal. Click here to add a new event.
AGEC 2021 Annual General Meeting
The Annual General Meeting of the Australian Gender Equality Council will be held on Thursday 25th November 2021 at 1pm and will be accessible virtually via Zoom. Representatives from AGEC Member Organisations are invited to attend. The AGM will hear from the Chair and CEO on AGEC activities for the year just past, and AGEC’s plans for the coming year. The annual Director Elections are held at the AGM. Full details of the meeting and registration procedures will be provided in the Notice of Meeting emailed to Members on 4th November 2021.
WiBF Leadership Series with Belinda Hogan, CFO of 86 400
December 7 @ 12:15 pm - 1:00 pmFREE for WiBF Members
What makes a good leader in the current context of banking and finance? How do you deal with challenges and create pathways for success? What is it like to transition from a traditional field to one of innovation? And how do you make it to the top in your chosen field?
We invite you to join us in conversation with Belinda Hogan, CFO of 86 400, Australia’s first smartbank as part of the WiBF Leadership Series. Earlier this year, Belinda was named one of the AFR BOSS Young Executives for 2021.
Belinda is an accomplished finance leader and banking executive who has experience across multiple functions including management and financial accounting, treasury, credit and banking operations, taxation, governance and collections.
Belinda will share the key challenges she has faced and what she has learned along the way both personally and professionally in her career, having landed her first CFO role at the age of 28, transitioning from a ‘traditional’ to a ‘neo’ bank and being at the forefront of the evolution of smartbanks in Australia.
This session will cover: – How Belinda created opportunities at such a young age, to get to where she is now, including becoming CFO at the age of 28
– Her experiences at 86 400 and helping to build the bank from the ground up through to acquisition by NAB
– Her top 3 takeaways for up and coming entrants into the banking and finance industry on how to can carve their own paths and stay true to their values.