Register now: The role of women in driving inclusive economic growth
After enduring a difficult year dominated by the multi-dimensional impact of COVID-19, we are now beginning to witness the green shoots of economic recovery.
Securing this recovery will require the active and effective participation of all. While women comprise half the population, they do not yet play a commensurate role in the economy or positions of leadership. A full and robust recovery therefore calls for ensuring the active participation of women at all levels.
The experiences of successful women business leaders can offer lessons and inspiration on charting a path to inclusive economic growth. In celebration of Kartini Day, this webinar will explore the challenges, including institutional, that affect the potential for women and the businesses they lead.
Join us for a special In Conversation webinar, to be held on 21 April at 3.30 pm AEST, in partnership with the Victorian Government Trade & Investment.
Our panel of expert guests
|Setia N. Milatia Moemin, President Director @ DAMRI
Tia was appointed as President Director of DAMRI, Motor Transport Enterprise of the Republic of Indonesia in December 2017. She has been awarded Indonesia’s best CEO twice. << Full bio
|Lisa Zen Purba, Executive Director @ Soiree Events & WovLea Bags
Lisa is a serial entrepreneur and strategic sales & marketing expert with experience in both local and international markets. << Full bio
|Helianti Hilman, Founder & Exec Chairperson @ JAVARA
Helianti is the chief promoter in sustaining Indonesia’s food biodiversity heritage by introducing and bringing indigenous food products from across Indonesia to the broader market. << Full bio
|Opening remarks: Rebecca Hall, Commissioner for Victoria, South East Asia @ Government of Victoria Trade & Investment – VGTI
Rebecca is an experienced leader with a focus on strategy, policy and partnerships to grow education, trade and investment for Australia. << Full bio
|Moderator: Valerina Daniel, Industry Fellow @ The Australia-Indonesia Centre
Valerina Daniel is a journalist, environmental activist and children’s book author. She served as Advisor to the Minister of Tourism of Indonesia on Sustainable Tourism Development between 2018-2019. << Full bio