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Leadership event for LGBTIQ women

Event Name Leadership event for LGBTIQ women
Start Date 11th Sep 2019 5:30pm
End Date 11th Sep 2019 8:30pm
Duration 3 hours
Description

Pride in Diversity’s Sapphire Initiative and Out For Australia would like to invite you to an exciting event highlighting the experiences and successes of LGBTIQ+ women in Tasmania, hosted by KPMG.

This event will feature six Tasmanian women from different industries and experiences sharing their own leadership stories in a facilitated panel discussion style format. The aim of the event is to reflect on what leadership means and empower LGBTIQ+ women at all levels to harness their leadership potential.

A ‘Lead and Influence: LGBTIQ+ Women Paving the Way’ event will be held in Hobart, on 11 September.  Free tickets are available here.

Who can attend?


This event is open and free to all LGBTIQ+ people and their allies in Tasmania. However, this event is to celebrate LGBTIQ+ women, so we encourage you to share this invite or bring with you any LGBTIQ+ women in your networks.

What to expect

  • 5.30pm Arrival and drinks
  • 6.00pm Panel begins
  • 7.15pm Drinks and canapes

The organisers

Sapphire is an initiative of Pride in Diversity that was developed to generate greater awareness of the unique challenges faced LGBTIQ+ women in the workplace. The Sapphire initiative seeks to provide women with an opportunity to openly express and discuss some of these challenges in a safe, non-confrontational professional environment.

Out for Australia is a national not for profit that seeks to support and mentor aspiring LGBTIQ professionals. The CEO of Out for Australia, Emily Scott, currently lives in Tasmania with her partner. Out for Australia held their first Tasmania event in August called "Being LGBTIQ in the workplace" with the University of Tasmania Ally Network.