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Melbourne Business School's Women & Management Dinner


3 August 2009 at 4:13 pm
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Melbourne Business School's 2009 Women and Management Dinner is in it's 16th year and the upcoming event will showcase two women guest speakers who are changing the face of philanthropy.

Staff Reporter | 3 August 2009 at 4:13 pm


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Melbourne Business School's Women & Management Dinner
3 August 2009 at 4:13 pm

Melbourne Business School’s 2009 Women and Management Dinner is in it’s 16th year and the upcoming event will showcase two women guest speakers who are changing the face of philanthropy. 

The annual Dinner attracts a diverse group of over 600 women and men, and features keynote addresses by outstanding women leaders of business, government and community who openly share their leadership journeys. 

The guest speakers are:

· Ms Audette Exel, Chief Executive Officer, ISIS (Asia Pacific) and Co-Founder, The ISIS Foundation

· Ms Jill Reichstein OAM, Chair, Reichstein Foundation

Through achievement in business and community, these two women will share their fascinating stories on how they are leading transformative change in Australia, Africa and Nepal.

The Dinner will be held in Melbourne on 12 August at the Savoy Ballroom at the Grand Hyatt. For further information call Megan Charles on 03 9349 8347 or email m.charles@mbs.edu



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