8 MAY 2024
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CREATING OPPORTUNITIES FOR IMPACT

For too long, the true value of Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity has been overlooked, eclipsed by competing priorities of the corporate agenda. While systemic transformation can be hard to envision, and harder still to unleash, the business case for Diversity and Inclusion is stronger than ever before, and pathways to action are clearing.

The Diversity and Inclusion Forum is dedicated to better understanding and unlocking this value by drawing on the shared experiences of Diversity and Inclusion Leaders from some the nation’s most respected businesses. The Forum will feature the voices of international and local leaders of authority and proven success to drive this mission-critical dialogue and attendees will walk away with practical, case-based insights into advancing and innovating within their own Diversity, Inclusion and Equity programmes.

Why Attend

    • We secure the highest calibre thought leaders from Australia and across the world to speak within a seamless and integrated format, facilitating fully interactive sessions that allow you to ask the questions that matter.

 

    • Every session is independently moderated to facilitate candid discussion and debate.

 

    • Your experience is at the heart of the Forum. Our audience is screened for seniority, allowing for a five-start networking environment to extend the conversation beyond formalities.

 

    • We respect the seniority of our delegates by diving deeper into technical subject matter with a business-driven, outcomes-focused agenda.

 

Gain Access

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7 Exclusive Keynote Addresses
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150+ Executives
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Executive Learning Agenda
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5-Star Networking Environment
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20+ Executive Speakers
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2024 Speakers

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Randall Tucker
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Chief Inclusion Officer

Mastercard (US)
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Randall Tucker
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Chief Inclusion Officer

Mastercard (US)
Randall Tucker is Executive Vice President, Chief Inclusion Officer for Mastercard, where he is responsible for aligning the company’s global diversity and inclusion initiatives with the corporate business strategy to ensure that every employee has the opportunity to reach their greatest potential.

Before joining Mastercard, Randall served as head of Inclusion and Diversity at Darden Restaurants Inc. and Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide. Earlier in his career, he served in various sales and human resource roles at Marriott International.

Randall has been named Crain’s New York Business’ Notable Black Leaders, Adweek’s Pride Star Honoree, featured in Forbes, Fortune, Quartz, Business Insider, and regularly speaks at key industry events including Money20/20, FT Moral Money, the World Bank, Financial Alliance for Women, and many others. He also serves on the World Economic Forum’s Steering Committee for the Partnership for Global LGBTQI+ Equality.

Randall holds a Bachelor of Arts from James Madison University, where he currently serves on the College of Business Advisory Council. He has been a guest lecturer at Georgetown University’s School of Continuing Studies and is a Six Sigma Black Belt.

He lives in New York City with his husband.

INTERNATIONAL
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Ifem Onuora
Head of Race, Equity & Inclusion

FA Premier League (UK)
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Ifem Onuora
Head of Race, Equity & Inclusion

FA Premier League (UK)
Iffy is Head of Race Equality & Inclusion at The Premier League, having been appointed in April 2021. Amongst his duties, he’s Chair of the PL’s Black Participants Advisory Group (BPAG), and leads on the PL’s No Room For Racism action plan, and the flagship Player to Executive Pathways Scheme (PEPS).

Prior to this he’d spent nine years working for the Players Union (the PFA), in a joint role as Coach Educator and Equalities Executive. As part of his role there, he was also a Trustee of the anti-racism organisation, Kick It Out, and sat on the FA Council as part of the FA’s Inclusion and Advisory board.

Before joining the PFA in 2013, he’d taken several Coaching roles as an Assistant Head Coach and Head Coach both in the UK and abroad, and all this after a fifteen-year playing career spanning three decades.
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Fiona MacDonald
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Group Head of Diversity & Inclusion

ANZ
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Fiona MacDonald
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Group Head of Diversity & Inclusion

ANZ
Fiona is an experienced Diversity & Inclusion professional and lawyer and is currently ANZ’s Group Head of Diversity & Inclusion.

In this role, Fiona is responsible for setting and executing the bank’s enterprise diversity and inclusion strategy and ensuring alignment with the broader Talent and Culture and organisational purpose, vision and strategy.

Fiona leads the bank’s dedicated Diversity & Inclusion Centre of Excellence, which provides specialist advice, guidance and insights and delivers initiatives to build a diverse workforce and inclusive culture.

Fiona is known for her curiosity and empathy, and for taking a pragmatic, collaborative and relationship-based approach.
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Courtney Pond
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Group Inclusion & Diversity Manager

The NRMA
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Courtney Pond
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Group Inclusion & Diversity Manager

The NRMA
Courtney Pond brings over 15 years of extensive experience in human resources and workplace health and safety, having held national positions in retail, warehouse, and corporate sectors with leading Australian brands. She is dedicated to fostering psychologically safe and inclusive workplaces by championing human-centred approaches to people leadership and strategy. With her diverse skill set, Courtney excels in developing comprehensive frameworks for holistic employee engagement. As Group Inclusion & Diversity Manager at the NRMA, she leads the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion strategy, while also co-chairing the Gender Equality Council, RISE. Beyond her corporate roles, Courtney actively contributes to the Australian Human Resources Institute, serving on the NSW Diversity & Inclusion Committee and mentoring AHRI members. Passionate about community engagement and societal change for good, she also volunteers her time to women’s and youth causes outside of work.
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Katie Wyatt
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Head of Culture and Inclusion

Coles Group
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Katie Wyatt
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Head of Culture and Inclusion

Coles Group
Katie is a proud Noongar Yamatje woman from Whadjuk Noongar country (Perth), living and working on Wurundjeri country (Melbourne). With over 20 years of leadership, organisation development and commercial experience in various sectors, Katie believes in the power and responsibility of business to support social change. Her unique career has provided her with technical, strategic, and multi-sector expertise in driving growth and performance at the organisational and board level.

Currently Head of Culture and Inclusion in one of Australia’s largest employers, Coles Group, Katie has led a multi-year strategy and initiatives to build an inclusive and diverse environment underpinned by shared values and culture. In her leadership she has seen Coles achieve gender balance in leadership, Gold employer status in the Australian Workplace Equality Index for LGBTQI+ inclusion and top 3 ranking in the Access and Inclusion Index. She also serves as a Director on the boards of the Reece Group Foundation, Aboriginal Hostels Limited (AHL) and Gippsland Water, and mentors diverse up-and-coming board directors.
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Ruby Anandajayasekeram
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Global Diversity Equity & Inclusion Excellence Advisor

Shell
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Ruby Anandajayasekeram
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Global Diversity Equity & Inclusion Excellence Advisor

Shell
Ruby Anandajayasekeram (she/her) pivoted her career in 2021 to pursue her passion and purpose – contributing to more diverse, inclusive and equitable workplaces and society – after a 20+ years rewarding global corporate legal career where DE&I featured prominently as her side-gig.

As Global DE&I Advisor at Shell, an energy company with 100,000+ employees in more than 70 countries, she partners with senior leaders and a diverse range of cross-functional and business teams to develop and operationalize Shell’s global DE&I strategy, principles and initiatives, as Shell works towards its ambition to become one of the most diverse and inclusive companies in the world.

She has actively championed DE&I throughout her career - from chairing Shell’s first Employee Advisory Board to the Global Council of Race, sponsored by the CEO, which was established in 2020 after the murder of George Floyd to ensure that race and ethnicity plans were shaped by the voices and lived experiences of staff - to contributing to Norah Breekveldt’s book “Me and My Mentor: How Mentoring Supercharged the Careers of 11 Extraordinary Women”.

Ruby is alumni of the Williamson Community Leadership Victoria Program, and holds Bachelors’ degrees in Law (Hons) and Commerce. In her legal career, she served as a Committee Member for the Association of Corporate Counsel and Victorian Women Lawyers, was nominated for the Financial Times Lawyers Innovation Award and recognized as a Leading In-House Environmental Lawyer in the Doyle’s Guide.
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Sharon Jones
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Head of Diversity and Inclusion

Origin Energy
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Sharon Jones
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Head of Diversity and Inclusion

Origin Energy
Sharon is a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion specialist with over 20 years’ experience in Human Resources in Australia and the UK.

Sharon is passionate about disrupting the barriers to inclusion for everyone and embedding change within organisations.
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Marcelle Harrison
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Head of Diversity & Inclusion

Kmart Group
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Marcelle Harrison
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Head of Diversity & Inclusion

Kmart Group
Marcelle is the Head of Diversity and Inclusion for the Kmart Group, encompassing Kmart and Target. Marcelle graduated from Deakin University, with a degree in Occupational Therapy. Throughout her career she has worked across community services, wellbeing, accessibility, diversity and inclusion. Marcelle joined Kmart Australia in 2015 within the health and wellbeing field before transitioning into accessibility, diversity and inclusion for the Kmart Group. Marcelle is currently responsible for designing and delivering organisational wide strategies to support inclusion and belonging.
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Joshua Griffin
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Head of Inclusion & Talent Development

SBS
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Joshua Griffin
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Head of Inclusion & Talent Development

SBS
Josh Griffin is the Head of Talent, Development and Inclusion at the Special Broadcasting Service (SBS), Australia’s multicultural and Indigenous broadcaster. At SBS Josh is responsible for leading a group of cross functional teams across Talent Acquisition, Employee Experience, Diversity & Inclusion, Learning and Development and Leadership Capability.

Josh also acts as an advisor to a number of organisations in both the public and private sectors on how to accelerate diversity and inclusion efforts and to build cultures of vulnerability and cultural capacity. Josh is an accomplished speaker, presenter and MC and is passionate about realising the social and economic benefits of a more inclusive Australia as well as the role that the media sector plays in particular.
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Karen Leong
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Head of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Sportsbet
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Karen Leong
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Head of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Sportsbet
Karen Leong is a passionate leader at Sportsbet who builds high-performing teams that champion Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI).

Using her background in UX, she leans into design thinking techniques to listen, learn and craft experiences for employees that help them thrive. Responsible for designing and delivering organisation wide experiences to uplift includion, some proud outcomes include:
- Sportsbet being recognised as a top 10 employer for women in 2023.
- The first online wagering organisation to have a Reconciliation Action Plan.
- Implementation of a market leading gender affirmation policy.

With experience across various sectors, Karen leverages her expertise to foster creativity and inclusivity within organisations.
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Penelope Cottrill
Executive Manager Research & Education

Workplace Gender Equality Agency
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Penelope Cottrill
Executive Manager Research & Education

Workplace Gender Equality Agency
Penelope is the Executive Manager, Education and Research at the Workplace Gender Equality Agency, translating research and evidence into guidance and resources that employers can use to understand and improve workplace gender equality in their organisation.

Penelope’s background is in consulting to organisations to execute change and improve performance through organisation design, leadership and capability. She has led award-winning programs across a range of sectors and held leadership roles in leading consulting organisations.

Recently, Penelope has researched the gendered effects of flexible work and she applies behavioural science in her work. Penelope is also a Director of Safe Steps, a Victorian family violence response service.
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Amy Singe
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General Manager, People, Performance and Culture

Yarra Valley Water
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Amy Singe
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General Manager, People, Performance and Culture

Yarra Valley Water
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Alex McGrath
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Senior Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Wellbeing Specialist

REA Group
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Alex McGrath
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Senior Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Wellbeing Specialist

REA Group
Alex leads the DEI and Wellbeing porfolios at REA Group, a leading Australian digital business working to change the way the world experiences property.

In the first decade of Alex’s career she worked in marketing and communications roles, passionately leading DEI communications in different industries including construction and infrastructure, engineering and finance, before joining the Cerebral Palsy Alliance to manage World Cerebral Palsy Day.

As a skilled writer and content strategist, Alex’s work sees her design DEI and wellbeing programs around the narrative, shaping impactful employee experiences that make a real difference to the lives of REA people.
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Amelia Britton
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Head of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Norton Rose Fulbright
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Amelia Britton
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Head of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Norton Rose Fulbright
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Chyloe Kurdas
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Inclusion & Diversity Senior Manager

Australian Red Cross
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Chyloe Kurdas
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Inclusion & Diversity Senior Manager

Australian Red Cross
Own Journey Director, Chyloe Kurdas, is an inclusion & diversity specialist, with over twenty years’ experience coaching systemic, structural and cultural change in organisations to deliver belonging and inclusion.

Chyloe was one of the driving forces behind the AFL Women's competition and led the implementation of the Australian golf industry’s national gender equality strategy, Vision 2025. She consults across a variety of national sporting organisations and industry bodies on how to lead gender inclusive organisations and outcomes, and coaches industry staff on their career development and inclusive leadership practice. An AFLW TV and radio commentator, Chyloe is also an accomplished keynote speaker.

Chyloe stepped away from sport into the Inclusion and Diversity Senior Manager role at Australian Red Cross where she is helping to lead a whole of community organisational development effort to build a greater experience of belonging and inclusion for all Red Cross people.

Chyloe’s expertise lies in delivering leadership systems to identify, pipeline, and coach key leadership personnel to build gender and inclusion-empowered organisations. In particular, she has extensive expertise in supporting male leaders as allies of gender equity.

Her track record of coaching leaders in positively shaping inclusive cultures is demonstrated through her facilitation of whole of industry buy-in and in the creation of AFLW. She is an evidence-based thought leader who understands the importance of providing a variety of motivators to meet the diverse needs of people within organisations in order to create change.

A TedX Sydney presenter, Chyloe is an excellent public speaker and workshop facilitator, delivering bespoke presentations for clients across a wide range of industries and countries. A progressive innovator whose leadership is growth mindset oriented, Chyloe’s presentations share how she approaches cultural change in male-dominated industries, and the legacy she has created for female athletes.

Qualifications

Graduate Diploma of Education, Psychology & Health (University of Melbourne) Bachelor of Applied Sciences (Hons.), Psychology & Health Promotion (Deakin University) Graduate Certificate (Organisational Coaching)*in progress (Swinburne University)

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Leadership, change & transformation, gender equality, inclusion and diversity, organisational development, inclusive & executive leadership coaching, facilitation of learning & development initiatives.
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Manon Pietra
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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Lead

Canva
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Manon Pietra
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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Lead

Canva
Manon is the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Lead at Australia's tech design unicorn, Canva.

A strategic and creative DEI leader with a strong track record in talent management and operational excellence, Manon is passionate about partnering with business leaders to unlock human potential while advancing DEI initiatives.

Her journey in championing DEI began as the Co-Chair of Open Pride, an employee resource group under the Omnicom People Engagement Network (OPEN). Beyond this, during her time as Head of People & Culture & APAC Regional Lead for PHD Media, Manon played a pivotal role in developing the media industry's first Reconciliation Action Plan and authored the Mentally Healthy Minimum Standards.
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Gemma Saunders
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Co-Founder

Becoming Better Together Collective
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Gemma Saunders
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Co-Founder

Becoming Better Together Collective
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Shantelle Thompson OAM
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Co-Founder Storyteller & Weaver

Becoming Better Together Collective
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Shantelle Thompson OAM
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Co-Founder Storyteller & Weaver

Becoming Better Together Collective
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Lilian Kikuvi
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Co-Founder and Facilitator

Becoming Better Together Collective
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Lilian Kikuvi
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Co-Founder and Facilitator

Becoming Better Together Collective
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Melissa Tandy
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Transformational Leader in Diversity and Inclusion

Strategic Shift Consulting
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Melissa Tandy
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Transformational Leader in Diversity and Inclusion

Strategic Shift Consulting
Melissa Tandy is the Managing Director of Strategic Shift Consulting. She is a multi-award-winning strategist with a reputation for solving business critical problems in Diversity and Inclusion, Risk Management and Cultural Change.

With more than 20 years in the corporate sector, Melissa is known for her collaborative approach with Boards, Executives and Business Leaders to foster workplaces where everyone can thrive. She consults to small businesses, corporates, charities and NFP boards.

A proud LGBTIQ+ ally, Melissa is often sought for her guidance on Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace and communities. Melissa has been awarded and recognised for her work in this area. A speaker and MC, Melissa is also a Director of Equality Australia as well as an Advisory Board member for Pride in Diversity.

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  • 8:30 am
    Registration, Refreshments & Networking
  • 9:00 am
    Welcome to Country
  • 9:05 am
    Opening Remarks from the Chair
    speaker
    Gemma Saunders
    She/Her

    Co-Founder

    Becoming Better Together Collective
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    Shantelle Thompson OAM
    She/Her

    Co-Founder Storyteller & Weaver

    Becoming Better Together Collective
    speaker
    Lilian Kikuvi
    She/Her

    Co-Founder and Facilitator

    Becoming Better Together Collective
  • 9:20 am
    Opening Keynote

    Advancing Equity in the Midst of Polarising Debates

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    Katie Wyatt
    She/Her

    Head of Culture and Inclusion

    Coles Group
  • 9:40 am
    Outlook Session

    Creating Opportunities for Impact: Responding to a Perpetual Landscape of Inequality 

    • Moving with momentum: Aligning internal strategies to external change. 
    • From Foothills to Mountains: Mapping a pathway through Australia’s current DEI terrain. 
    • Sharpening your radar: ambitious leadership through tumultuous times. 
    speaker
    Fiona MacDonald
    She/Her

    Group Head of Diversity & Inclusion

    ANZ
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    Marcelle Harrison
    She/Her

    Head of Diversity & Inclusion

    Kmart Group
    speaker
    Penelope Cottrill
    Executive Manager Research & Education

    Workplace Gender Equality Agency
    speaker
    Amy Singe
    She/Her

    General Manager, People, Performance and Culture

    Yarra Valley Water
  • 10:25 am
    Partner Keynote
  • 10:50 am
    Morning Refreshments & Networking
  • 11:20 am
    National Keynote

    Diversity through the Decades: A 100-Year Journey 

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    Courtney Pond
    She/Her

    Group Inclusion & Diversity Manager

    The NRMA
  • 11:40 am
    Leadership Strategy Session

    Measuring Impact: Structuring a Compelling Case for Change 

    • Turning vocal commitments into firm strategic priorities. 
    • Crafting a compelling story: strategies of effective qualitative measurement. 
    • Protecting DEI progress in the midst of tighter budgets and economic uncertainty. 
    speaker
    Amelia Britton
    She/Her

    Head of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

    Norton Rose Fulbright
    speaker
    Karen Leong
    She/Her

    Head of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

    Sportsbet
    speaker
    Sharon Jones
    She/Her

    Head of Diversity and Inclusion

    Origin Energy
  • 12:25 pm
    Diamond Keynote
  • 12:50 pm
    Global Keynote

    Kicking it Out- Tackling Racism On and Off the Pitch 

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    Ifem Onuora
    Head of Race, Equity & Inclusion

    FA Premier League (UK)
  • 1:10 pm
    Lunch Welcome Remarks
  • 1:20 pm
    Lunch and Networking
  • 2:10 pm

    Intersectionality Masterclass

    Breaking Barriers and Shaping Understanding 

    Addressing Bias Masterclass

    Dismantling Systemic Discrimination

    This immersive session will delve into the core theories, practical insights, and actionable strategies necessary to dismantle systemic discrimination and create more inclusive workplace culture.

    Throughout the masterclass, participants will embark on a transformative journey that blends theoretical frameworks with experiential learning and actionable steps.

    Led by industry experts and thought leaders, the masterclass will: 

    • Explore the key theoretical frameworks to understanding implicit bias and the multifaceted approach needed for systemic change 
    • Engage in interactive, scenario-based exercises to challenge bias and develop practical skills 
    • Share insights on the sentiment of change in the context of diversity and inclusion, using real-time data from the forum to inform discussion and decision-making 
    speaker
    Melissa Tandy
    She/Her

    Transformational Leader in Diversity and Inclusion

    Strategic Shift Consulting
  • 3:25 pm
    Afternoon Refreshments & Networking
  • 3:55 pm
    Keynote

    Stepping up in DE&I: Leaders as Visible Role Models and Active Allies 

    speaker
    Ruby Anandajayasekeram
    She/Her

    Global Diversity Equity & Inclusion Excellence Advisor

    Shell
  • 4:20 pm
    Culture Session

    Fostering a Thriving Culture of Inclusivity 

    • Culture or compliance: approaching the complexity of transformational change. 
    • Strengthening DEI visibility across the workforce. 
    • Crafting learning environments to align and equip cross-functional teams. 
    speaker
    Alex McGrath
    She/Her

    Senior Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Wellbeing Specialist

    REA Group
    speaker
    Chyloe Kurdas
    She/Her

    Inclusion & Diversity Senior Manager

    Australian Red Cross
    speaker
    Joshua Griffin
    He/Him/His

    Head of Inclusion & Talent Development

    SBS
    speaker
    Manon Pietra
    She/Her

    Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Lead

    Canva
  • 5:05 pm
    Fireside Interview

    How diversity, equity and inclusion work can serve our businesses.

    speaker
    Randall Tucker
    He/Him

    Chief Inclusion Officer

    Mastercard (US)
  • 5:30 pm
    Closing Remarks from the Chair
    speaker
    Gemma Saunders
    She/Her

    Co-Founder

    Becoming Better Together Collective
    speaker
    Shantelle Thompson OAM
    She/Her

    Co-Founder Storyteller & Weaver

    Becoming Better Together Collective
    speaker
    Lilian Kikuvi
    She/Her

    Co-Founder and Facilitator

    Becoming Better Together Collective
  • 5:40 pm
    Close of Forum
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SPONSORS

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2023 Gold Partner | thedreamcollective.com.au
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The Dream Collective is a global diversity, equity and inclusion consultancy that supports organisations to attract, retain and advance diverse talent, through strategic advisory, training and employer branding.

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Why Get Involved

The Diversity and Inclusion Forum is driven by an ambitious business agenda, and our audience is screened for seniority to ensure you are networking the minds shaping business.

Our limited keynote and moderated panel speaking opportunities will effectively embed you in this top-end business community. Digital and physical brand activations, as well as consultations in dedicated activation spaces further enable you to engage with this decision-making audience.

As a marketing platform to demonstrate expertise, credibility and grow your business with leading executives, the Diversity and Inclusion Forum offers unrivalled cut-through.

 

PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Jessica Ewing-Flynn Commercial Director
Tel: 0400 998 248
Email: [email protected]

 

GENERAL ENQUIRIES

Tel: 61 2 8004 8590
Email: [email protected]

Venue/Accommodation

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RACV City Club Melbourne

Level 17, Bourke Room, 501 Bourke Street, Melbourne, VIC, 3000. Click here for more venue information.

RACV CITY CLUB MELBOURNE

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For further details, please reach out to the hotel main reservations line at 03 9944 8888. Simply select option 1 for Accommodation Reservations, followed by option 2 for New bookings. Click here for more information.

 

Pricing and Discounts

Early Bird Registration
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Standard Registration
(from 17/02/2024)
$1395 + GST
$4185 + GST

Delegate registration is strictly for in-house Diversity and Inclusion, HR and Culture professionals. service providers, vendors and consultants are not permitted to register as delegates. If you are a service provider, vendor or consultant, please reach out to [email protected] to discuss your involvement.

GENERAL ENQUIRIES

Tel: 61 2 8004 8590
Email: [email protected]

 

PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Jessica Ewing-Flynn Commercial Director
Tel: 0400 998 248
Email: [email protected]

 

We look forward to delivering this event for you.

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