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    Leadership Event | Women in Industry Breakfast

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    This breakfast event will focus on the significant topic of ‘Closing the gap – inclusivity in Leadership

    Our 2024 Women in Industry Breakfast aims to bring together women from within our membership and is designed to foster an environment of support, empowerment, and networking. By providing a platform for women to connect with like-minded peers and learn from industry experts, the event seeks to facilitate personal and professional growth, enhance leadership skills, and most importantly create a strong network of supportive individuals.

    The event takes the form of an intimate breakfast event, fostering an atmosphere conducive to meaningful conversations and connections.

    At the heart of our Women in Industry Breakfasts are our guest presenters who are industry experts and thought leaders. These esteemed speakers share their expertise, insights, and experiences on industry-relevant topics, providing valuable knowledge and inspiration to the participants. Through their presentations and interactive discussions, attendees gain practical insights, fresh perspectives, and actionable takeaways to implement in their own workplace roles.



         Hannah Campbell |
     Chemistry Australia Young Leader 2023
         Dyno Nobel Asia-Pacific

    Hannah was recently recognised as Chemistry Australia's Young Leader of 2023. She is an alumni of Homeward Bound, a global initiative empowering woman in STEMM leadership, culminating in an expedition to Antarctica in November 2023.

    Hannah is a chartered chemical engineer with a rich background in production leadership and business support roles at a leading global industrial chemicals manufacturer. With a passion for promoting STEMM education and championing female role models, she harnesses her extensive experience to inspire and elevate others.

    As a dynamic and youthful leader, Hannah is on a mission to unlock untapped potential and foster an appreciation for the full spectrum of diversity. Her goal is to unite people to make forward-thinking decisions for a more sustainable future, and is particularly passionate about helping secure Australia's sovereign manufacturing capability.

    As an engaging storyteller, Hannah uses relatable and vulnerable examples to encourage others to take agency and embrace their unique leadership style. She draws from her experiences in the male-dominated resources industry and shares insights gained from her time in Antarctica and how it shaped her into the leader she is today—and aspires to be.


    • 7:30am | Arrival and networking
    • 7:45am | Breakfast
    • 8:10am | Presentation and Q&A begins – Hannah Campbell - Dyno Nobel Asia-Pacific
    • 8:45am | Networking
    • 9:00am | Official event conclusion, followed by an opportunity to continue informal networking
    • 9:30am | Event close

    By attending the Women in Industry Breakfast participants can expect to:

    • Experience empowerment and support. Be part of an inclusive and empowering community that recognises the value and contributions of women in the workplace, fostering a sense of support and encouragement.
    • Expand your professional network. Engage, learn and connect to forge new relationships with your peers.
    • Foster your personal and professional growth. Engage in thought-provoking discussions and acquire practical tools to excel in the workplace.

    Who should attend?

    This event is aimed at female professionals within our membership but is open to anyone interested in supporting diversity and equality.
    As a member of IPA you can register up to 2 people, subject to availability, to attend the event.
    This event is for IPA members only, there will be no public access to this event.

    When do I need to register by?
    Registrations close 10 days prior to the event date. 
    Registrations are based on a "first-come, first-served" basis. 
    There are no allocated seats with membership.

    Who can I contact for further information? 

    Samantha Jeffrey | National Engagement & Events Manager 
         0438 058 823

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