NAWIC invites you to hear from 3 highly successful women who are leaders in their fields of design, construction and property. As part of NAWIC’s Women In Business: The Key to Success, 3 speakers will discuss the challenges, opportunities and experiences they have encountered, as well as the importance of mentoring, professional development and self […]
May 30th, 2011
NAWIC invites you to hear from 3 highly successful women who are leaders in their fields of design, construction and property.
As part of NAWIC’s Women In Business: The Key to Success, 3 speakers will discuss the challenges, opportunities and experiences they have encountered, as well as the importance of mentoring, professional development and self promotion.
Mia Feasey, Managing Director of Siren Design Group, was the 2010 NAWIC Business Woman of the Year. At the age of 28 Mia founded Siren Design Group, which has grown to become an industry leader in interior design specialising in hospitality, retail and commercial projects.
Alison Mirams, Regional Director at Brookfield Multiplex, has previously won the NAWIC Award for Achievement in Construction and was the first female to be appointed as a Regional Director at Brookfield Multiplex. Alison is involved in sourcing, analysing and converting potential projects throughout NSW and QLD.
Joanna Gordon is a Director within Corporate Solutions at Colliers International. Joanna has worked throughout Australasia specialising in Tenant Advisory Services such as site acquisition, lease negotiation, rent review disputes, makegood and termination advice and strategic consultancy for corporate clients.
The discussion will be moderated by NAWIC NSW Chapter President Bridgeen Rocks.
What: Women In Business lecture
When: Tuesday 14 June, 6-8pm
Where: Baker & McKenzie, Level 27, AMP Centre, 50 Bridge Street Sydney
RSVP: Friday 10 June
Cost: Free for NAWIC members
Register for this event at nawic.com.au/events
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