Women on Boards Networking Event: Hamilton

Overview

In this our 125th year of women’s suffrage, this panel discussion will take a critical look at how far we have come in achieving gender equality – both in the workplace and around the board table – and what still needs to be done. Topics will include a wide range of board diversity issues such as:

  • voluntary versus mandated quotas
  • overcoming unconscious bias
  • being comfortable about discomfort around the board table
  • what is needed to succeed in the 21st Century

Audience participation is a given! Come with your questions as panellists will not only share their insights, they will offer practical takeaways, hints and tips that you can immediately put into use.

Panel Chair

Julie Hardaker, FCIS

Julie is a lawyer, former Mayor of Hamilton and governance professional. She has a strong interest in women and leadership and has recently completed research on gender stereotypes and women leaders. View full bio..



Panel

Tonia Cawood

Chartered Independent Director, gender trailblazer Chair of the Board of Chiefs Super Rugby Club, Business Owner, Advisor, Project Manager, Mentor, Mother : recovering perfectionist, super passionate about tapping into pracademia to help people unlock their leadership talents to be all they are capable of with passion and purpose. View full bio..


Jenni Vernon

Jenni is Currently a Board member for NZ Geographic Board, National Fieldays Society, Agri-Women's Development Trust and Accredited Resource Management Hearing Commissioner. View full bio..



Sarah Trotman

Sarah Trotman, is a respected business and community leader, a Trustee and Director and a celebrant. Sarah has run her own businesses for 18 years and been the driving force behind many major initiatives for New Zealand’s business sector. View full bio..


Venue

Deloitte
24 Anzac Parade
Hamilton

Business Partner

Supporting Partner

  • 05:30 pm - 07:00 pm

  • 04 Dec 2018

  • Deloitte

  • 35.00