Posts tagged Women Strength
Cholena Orr - Scheduled for Success

As the Director of pac executive coaching, Cholena leads a team of coaches and Human Capital specialists who consult to an impressive list of leading executives and corporate companies globally. Cholena offers 20 years’ experience of building recruitment businesses and  is also a regular contributor to business journals such as The CEO Magazine, GQ Magazine, Business Woman’s Media, Business Insider, Kochie’s Business Builders and Business Chicks.

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Brooke Miller - Back Yourself

Brooke Miller is BP’s VP Sales & Marketing Australia, leading the company’s retail business in a highly competitive fuels market. Brooke is focused on delivering a high quality, differentiated offer at 1,400 BP-branded sites and successful partnerships with some of Australia’s largest commercial customers.

Prior to being appointed to this role in April 2016, Brooke was BP’s CFO Fuels AsPac. Over four years, she brought focus and rigour to the financial performance and strategy of the business during a time of significant change.

Brooke first joined BP after receiving an MBA from Melbourne Business School. Brooke has held roles including: General Manager for Elite Customer Solutions, a team of 500 employees providing finance, sales and marketing, and logistics services; Regional Director for BP Solar Australasia, involving the deployment of the solar photovoltaics in the Asia Pacific; and General Manager of BP Bitumen Australia, a national manufacturing and sales operation.

Brooke's career started in landscape architecture and town planning, and she holds a Bachelor of Planning & Design and a Master of Landscape Architecture. For nearly 10 years, she helped to design and construct commercial-scale projects.

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Jo Burston - If she can I can

Jo Burston is the founder and CEO of Job Capital a company she grew from nothing to $40M in less than 5 years with a team of 12, co-founder and director of Phronesis.Academy and founder of the entrepreneurial movement Inspiring Rare Birds, Rare Birds works to promote opportunity for women in entrepreneurship and has a global vision to have ten million women in its community by 2020.

Jo has been recognised as one of Australia’s top entrepreneurs for the past six years and is a leading authority on global women’s entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship as a whole, and SMB markets. Jo is an active mentor for fast growth entrepreneurs both men and women, and is passionate about encouraging young Australians to endeavour to find out exactly who it is that they want to become, and create their own jobs to achieve this.”

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Jan Owen - Socially enterprising

“Jan is a highly regarded social entrepreneur, innovator, influencer and author who has spent the past 25 years growing Australia's youth, social enterprise and innovation sectors.

In 2012 she was named Australia's inaugural Australian Financial Review and Westpac Woman of Influence; in 2014 she received the Doctor of Letters (honoris causa) from the University of Sydney; and was awarded membership to the Order of Australia in 2000. She is the author of Every Childhood Lasts a Lifetime (1996) and The Future Chasers (2014).”

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Catherine Ball - Drones for good

“Dr. Catherine Ball is an author, founder, and ethics advocate working across global projects where robotics and new technology meet environmental protection.

A sought after voice in industry, Dr. Ball is now working with the application of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) aka drone technology across remote communities, schools, industry, and citizen scientists.  Dr. Ball is leading the call for discussions around the ethics of spatial data, aka geo-ethics.”

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Claire Rogers - Digitally disrupting

Claire Rogers is chief executive of World Vision Australia, the country’s largest not-for-profit organisation, working in partnership across 90 countries to provide short and long term assistance to 100 million people.
Claire, a social innovator, has a proven track record of strategising and delivering major change initiatives, helping organisations adapt to the tech-disrupted economy, aligning physical and digital execution to maximise opportunities.
Claire was recently head of digital channels at ANZ Bank, spearheading its digital transformation, leading mobile and internet banking and digital security.

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Jo Mikleus - Courage to step outside your comfort zone

Jo Mikleus has more than 25 years’ experience in banking and business. She was most recently the Head of Global Subsidiaries at ANZ and was responsible for the bank’s largest multi-national clients doing business in Australia. In addition to her executive role, she has been a director on the Board of ANZ Bank (Vietnam) Ltd since 2014.

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Anne Lytle - Create your own narrative

Professor Anne Louise Lytle received her Bachelor of Science Degree from Cornell University in the field of Neurobiology and Behaviour, and both her MS and PhD in Organisational Behaviour with a specialisation in Negotiation & Dispute Resolution from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University. 

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Bonnie Power - Take the first step

Bonnie is a recognised expert in Personal Branding and Lead Generation through LinkedIn. 
She is passionate about helping business owners to bring in a steady stream of new enquiries, particularly through LinkedIn as it offers such great opportunities with it’s global business network. Focused on getting measurable results for her clients, Bonnie’s on a mission to help 10,000 entrepreneurs build their credibility so they are seen as highly sought after within their industry. 

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Whitney Johnson - Disrupt yourself

Whitney Johnson was recognised as one of the world's most influential management thinkers in 2015, is the author of the critically acclaimed Disrupt Yourself: Putting the Power of Disruptive Innovation to Work, and formerly an Institutional Investor-ranked analyst for eight consecutive years at Merrill Lynch. She is the host of the Disrupt Yourself podcast, a frequent contributor to the Harvard Business Review, a LinkedInfluencer, and a co-founder of Forty Women over 40 to Watch. She and her husband Roger live in Lexington, VA and have two children. 

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Amantha Imber - Innovate or die

Dr Amantha Imber is an innovation psychologist, best-selling author, and founder of Australia’s leading innovation consultancy Inventium. Inventium has been recognised as one of Australia’s fastest growing companies in the BRW Fast 100 list, and was also awarded the BRW Client Choice Award for Best Management Consultancy in Australia. In 2016, Amantha was inducted into the Australian Business Women’s Hall of Fame. 

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Sam Cobb - Just do it

“I come from a background of science, completing my Bachelor of Science at Griffith uni before going on to work in a lab for five years. The lab that I first joined was working on developing a blood clot test, similar in concept to a pregnancy test but for those at risk of blood clots. I was involved in the development of the test from the research and development stage all the way through to bringing it to the market place over a 12 to 18 month period. Upon completion of the product I was offered a role in a similar project but I decided it was time for something different, I wanted to explore my options outside of science. I started studying law part-time, focusing in intellectual property which led me to a position in a technology transfer office at the University of Queensland. A technology transfer office looks at the technologies being utilised by the university, assesses them and then decides whether to raise money to fund them further or whether to licence them out to an appropriate partner.”

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Michelle Gibbings - Be Open to Opportunity

Michelle is a leadership and change expert, and the author of “Step Up: How to build your influence at work”. She works with executives and global organisations to help them accelerate progress in complex environments.
Michelle is passionate about helping people and teams identify the possibilities, recognise unseen opportunities and find the courage to make congruent choices.  All essential elements to thrive in today’s complex world.
With more than twenty years’ senior executive experience across multiple industries she knows how to help people succeed in different personal and organisational contexts.

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Tessa Court - Putting New Things Into the World

Tessa is the Founder and CEO of award-winning SaaS company IntelligenceBank, a business process management company that helps companies reduce their risk and manage compliance.  IntelligenceBank's software applications include Digital Asset ManagementOnline Board PortalRisk and Compliance and Knowledge Management software.

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Julie Mason - Leveraging Linkedin

Julie is a passionate LinkedIn expert and specialises in creating strategies that promote your brand, enhance your reputation and generate big money leads for your business.
Julie has over 25 years experience in traditional sales and 15 years in door-to-door cold calling prior to discovering social media and starting to use those tools to build two successful businesses herself using the methods she now teaches others.

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