Women in Education Leadership Summit 2020

Women in Education Leadership Summit 2020

Women in Education Leadership Summit 2020

Invest in yourself and change the future

As educators, you contribute to the success of others. So when do you think about your success?

Under representation of women at senior levels throughout education means there is still unequal access to career opportunities. Invest in your executive toolkit, build your network and create inclusive environments so that this statistic does not hold you back.

Women in Education Leadership Summit 2020 brings together senior leaders to share their journeys of success with one aligned goal – to empower women to believe in themselves, put their hands up for opportunities and take their seat at the leadership table.

Key Benefits of attending

  • Prepare for the next step in your leadership journey by developing your executive toolkit
  • Fast-forward the success of women in your organisation through mentoring and sponsorship
  • Enhance your productivity by strengthening your resilience and wellbeing
  • Drive innovation and growth to transform your organisation into an educational leader
  • Create a culture of inclusion and diversity
  • Embrace opportunities for growth by backing your success

Agenda

Day One - 6th May 2020

Day Two - 7th May 2020

Pre-Conference Workshop – 5th May 2020

Post-Conference Workshop – 8th May 2020

Key Benefits of Attending

  • Prepare for the next step in your leadership journey by developing your executive toolkit
  • Fast-forward the success of women in your organisation through mentoring and sponsorship
  • Enhance your productivity by strengthening your resilience and wellbeing
  • Drive innovation and growth to transform your organisation into an educational leader
  • Create a culture of inclusion and diversity
  • Embrace opportunities for growth by backing your success

Who Should Attend?

  • Vice Chancellors, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Provost, Pro Vice Chancellor
  • Deans
  • Principal, Deputy Principal
  • Head Teachers
  • HR, Diversity, Learning and Development professionals
  • Current, emerging and aspiring female leaders

Our Speaker Lineup

W. Rochelle Calhoun
Vice President for Campus Life
Princeton University
Deborah Jewell-Sherman, ED.D.
Professor of Practice, Professor of Educational Leadership
Harvard Graduate School of Education
Alfred Deakin Professor Julie Owens
Deputy Vice Chancellor Research
Deakin University
Professor Jill Milroy
Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous Education
University of Western Australia
Professor Sue Carthew
Provost and Vice Chancellor
Charles Darwin University
Professor Heather Cavanagh
Vice Chancellor, Research and Engagement
Charles Sturt University
Professor Marcia Devlin
Deputy Vice Chancellor, Learning and Quality
Victoria University
Professor Denise Kirkpatrick
Senior Deputy Vice -Chancellor and Vice President
Western Sydney University
Professor Denise Wood
Pro Vice-Chancellor (Students)
University of the Sunshine Coast
Professor Grace McCarthy
Dean
Sydney Business School, University of Wollongong
Professor Grady Venville
Pro Vice-Chancellor
Australian National University
Lisa Moloney
Principal
MLC
Fiona Godfrey
Principal
Radford College
Susan Middlebrook
Principal
Tara Anglican School for Girls
Denise Lofts
Principal
Ulladulla High School
Helene Hiotis
Principal
Bentleigh Secondary College
Toni Riordan
Principal
St Aiden’s Anglican Girl’s School
Joanne Perry
Deputy Vice Chancellor, Student Experience and Governance
Central Queensland University
Megan Krimmer
Principal
Abbotsleigh
Dr Kate Hadwen
Principal
Pymble Ladies College
Jacinda Euler
Principal
Brisbane Girls Grammar School
Karen Tanks
Executive Principal
Mansfield State High School
Erica Thomas
Principal
Newcastle Grammar School

Testimonials from Women in Leadership Summit 2019

  • University of Southern Queensland

“Found the day inspiring and loved the energy in the room. Liked the range of speakers with all different backgrounds and paths to get where they are.”

  • Belmont High School

“I really enjoyed the opportunity to hear what is actually happening “at the coal face” in schools. Some great information and opportunities to gather new ideas.”

  • UNSW

“Productive and constructive approaches to take back and proactive.”

  • Lindisfarne Anglican Grammar School

“Some great presenters and the sharing of innovative ideas was rewarding.”