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A Journey to Excellence - NZ Diversity Panel & Networking Forum

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Pullman Hotel Auckland

Cnr Waterloo Quadrant & Princes St.

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As an individual how do you get into a top job while raising a family?

As a country how do we increase diversity amoungst the boards and executive levels of our top companies?

As a company how can a divirsity policy help your business grow?

Carly Flynn mediates an amazing panel of Mai Chen, Kathryn Wilson, Kiri Barfoot & June McCabe to answer these quesions and more.

An afteroon of poweful insights, action points and networking with like-minded poeple and organisations who want to make change in New Zealand.


Each Table Consists Of:
– 8 seats per table
– 8 x Luncheon including desert options, served on the table
– Selection of Red & White Wines over lunch
– Champagne & Nibbles at the Cocktail Party afterward
– 8 x Goody Bags, one per seat
– 8 x 1 year M2woman Subscriptions posted free every issue including topics from the event featured throughout the year

The Panel:

JUNE McCABE
June has extensive experience across a broad range of industries at governance and senior management levels. She established Sustainable Prosperity (NZ) Limited a management consultancy business providing advice on governance, strategic planning and strategy development, investment banking and Maori capital markets. June’s banking and finance experience spans the last 20 years. In 1997 she joined Westpac Banking Corporation as a senior executive and launched Westpac Corporate responsibility agenda in NZ. Currently, through her consultancy she is in partnership with JBWere, an investment wealth specialist firm with a particular focus on intergenerational wealth through the role of financial assets, global equities and NZ capital markets. She is a strong advocate for building New Zealand’s Leadership capability as evidenced by her role as Founding Chair of the Leadership Institute and for her work toward the economic advancement of both Maori and women. In 2003 she launched a book which she co-authored entitled Woman2Woman aimed at motivating and inspiring women in careers and business.

KIRI BARFOOT
Kiri joined Barfoot & Thompson in 1991 in the Accounts department whilst studying for a commerce degree. She represents the third generation of the Barfoot family within the company. After travelling and working overseas in London and Israel, Kiri returned and has held numerous positions with the company, helping her gain an in-depth knowledge in all areas of the business. Before she went on to sell at Glenfield branch, Kiri worked in the telecommunications industry in NZ. She later became the Branch Manager at the Waiuku office, before moving on to manage Otahuhu and Highland Park offices, then stepping up as a regional manager. Kiri is a fellow of the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ) and a member of the Institute of Directors. As a Director, Kiri plays an important and strategic role in property management and technology, helping to drive the business forward and bring about new initiatives and innovations that help improve the customer service experience for all.

The panel will be mediated by:

CARLY FLYNN
Broadcaster Carly Flynn is a New Zealand journalist, presenter, MC and host, who’s worked in the industry for more than 20 years. A former Nightline, Sunrise and 3News presenter and journalist, Carly is more recently known for her role as presenter of TV3’s flagship consumer affairs programme Target, reporting and hosting 60Minutes, as well as lifestyle shows Cook the Books and the Healthy Food Guide. Carly gained a Bachelor of MediArts in the late 90s and has worked in the industry ever since, she also writes on a variety of topics for newspapers and magazines, all while juggling a busy family life.


MAI CHEN
Mai is one of NZ’s top constitutional and administrative law experts, with 30 years of experience in the law. Mai specialises in advising on Government policy and legislation, litigating major public law cases, advising on inquiries and reviews, on Treaty of Waitangi and human rights issues and on regulatory defence. Mai sits on the board of directors of the Bank of New Zealand, is Chair of the People and Remuneration Committee and sits on the Audit Committee. Mai is also Adjunct Professor at the University of Auckland, School of Law. She was previously Adjunct Professor in Commercial and Public Law at the University of Auckland, Business School. Mai is also the inaugural Chair of NZ Global Women, including NZ’s top 200 women leaders, and founded and is the inaugural Chair of NZ Asian Leaders connecting top Asian NZ CEOs and emerging leaders with New Zealand companies doing business in Asia to enhance their success to help NZ Inc. Mai is also inaugural Chair of SUPERdiverse WOMEN.

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