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    NCWA Conference 2023

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    The NCWA AGM and Conference ‘Removing the Gender Divide’ have delegates from NCW Constituent Councils from all Australian States. The Conference includes a ‘Members only’ AGM at 1:30pm, afternoon tea and Conference. 

    A Reception will then be held at Admiralty House on Tuesday evening hosted by the NCWA Patron, Her Excellency Mrs Linda Hurley. 

    NB: Names of attendees will be provided to Admiralty House, and an ENTRÉE CARD will be posted to each registered person. The Entrée Card will be required to attend the Reception. Please let us know if you do not want your details shared with Admiralty House. 


    1.30pm - 2:30pm NCWA AGM Board and members

    2.45pm 3.30pm -  Arrival, registration of conference delegates and afternoon tea

    3.30pm - 5.30pm - Conference

    5:45pm - Depart for Admiralty House

    6pm - 7:30pm - Reception at Admiralty House


    Dr Hannah Tonkin, NSW Women’s Safety Commissioner

    Dr Hannah Tonkin commenced as the inaugural NSW Women's Safety Commissioner in February 2023. In this role she provides leadership on whole-of-government and cross-sector initiatives to address domestic, family and sexual violence. Previously Hannah worked as an international lawyer and policy adviser at the United Nations, as the Director of Disability Rights at the Australian Human Rights Commission, and as a barrister in London and Adelaide. While at the UN, Hannah worked in a range of conflict and post-conflict contexts, including Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Gaza, Ukraine and the former Yugoslavia, with a focus on protecting civilians in conflict, prosecuting war crimes and addressing sexual abuse within the UN system.

    Amanda Jane Gould, Joint Deputy President on the REINSW board

    A distinguished multi-award winning buyers-agent who embarked on her journey as a property investor at a young age. With a firm conviction in the core principles of real estate, Amanda is the esteemed Director of Highspec Properties, leading a prominent national team specialising in property acquisitions across the country with offices in Sydney and Byron Bay . 

    Amanda's expertise has gained her recognition, with recent appearances on Channel 9's Dream Listing reality show and as a trusted voice providing insightful real estate analysis on platforms like Sky News' "Your Money Show" and various esteemed property publications. 

    Beyond her professional endeavours, Amanda holds a prominent role as Joint Deputy President on the REINSW board, showcasing her commitment to shaping the industry's landscape. 

    Janet Cribbes, CEO Tradeswomen Australia (TWA) 

    Born to Italian immigrants, Janet's spent her childhood assisting her Mechanic father in the workshop. Her subsequent academic focus resulted in a career spanning three decades in state, community services, private sector and the NFP. Her term as Mayor of Port Phillip Council during 2004 to 2008 was followed by further community work in establishing the Community Bushfire Recovery Service after the Black Saturday 2009 Bushfires and chairing the working group to address issues of abuse in the Victorian Catholic Church. In 2021, Janet joined Tradeswomen Australia (TWA) as their CEO. TWA is dedicated to gender equality and empowerment and works at increasing female participation beyond the 2% of Australia's trade industry workforce.

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