Like this: Committee Member Jane Hodgkinson Jane Hodgkinson is a highly-experienced strategic media and communications jn in the Queensland Government, having transitioned into the role after an extensive career in television journalism. Before returning to the paper where she started her journalism wmen, she was assistant editor across The Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph, deputy editor at the Townsville Bulletin and deputy features editor at the Irish Examiner, a national broheet in Ireland.
She has worked as a journalist for more than a decade, reporting for News Corp in Adelaide, the Canberra press gallery and now Brisbane.
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She has been a Women in Media Queensland committee member since its inception plus is the national digital convenor and serves on the board of Women in Media Australia. CEOs, Directors, General Managers, Managers and Executives Human Wlmen Professionals, Recruitment and Talent Specialists Diversity and Inclusion Professionals Mentors, Mentorship Programme Managers, Sponsors, Coaches Changemakers championing diversity in the workplace including male allies and advocates Budding and established entrepreneurs Aspiring leaders, managers, millennials, and recent graduates Testimonials "This was absolutely sensational this conference, it was very inspiring to be an attendee.
She has degrees in journalism and psychology.
Chalmers extensively covered state and federal politics before moving to the news desk at The Courier-Mail and The Sunday Mail. She has presented prime brisbanee news bulletins in Queensland for 40 years.
She is a long-time volunteer judge for the Queensland journalism awards, The Clarions. Being a part of BWC provides an opportunity to actively get involved in activities and events which have benefits for women and which are of great interest to BWC members, to extend professional and personal networks with like-minded women, and to be part of an organisation that speaks out on behalf of women.
After a long career in newspapers, Cronin ed the digital revolution and is keenly interested in pushing the boundaries of storytelling and innovative ways to build online communities including through the use of social media. Webber is a Strategic Communications Adviser and prior to that was Editor of the Gold Coast Bulletin — its first female editor in years and the same brisban where she started as a cadet in Walking on the beach every day to ground herself, is a ritual for Davis.
Freedom, adventure, flexibility and gratitude are some of her core values and Davis applies these to each choice she makes in her life, including setting up a business of her own which is focussed on purposefully working alongside small and medium businesses to set up their marketing programs and teams to deliver their business objectives.
Today, the Charitable Grants Program remains central to our fundraising program and our ability to distribute proceeds from our events and other activities. I cannot thank the organisers and speakers enough. All proceeds from our events go to charities operating in this space in Brisbane and Queensland, or as part of our ongoing grants program.
She has executive produced Stateline and 7. McGrath is also passionate about social justice.
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Delegates will be notified 4 weeks prior to the event. Tired and lost on what was really important to her, she made a bold move from the busy city life of Sydney to clear her mind, rediscover her purpose and be close to the grounding energy of the beach on the Gold Coast.
The award-winning journalist has worked brisbae Brisbane, Bundaberg, Africa, and Canberra where she covered 10 federal budgets and three federal elections. She is a Walkley Award nominee in a group entry and winner of the Victorian Column Brennan award for court reporting.
Webber has a degree in journalism and film and television. We are a not for profit. Coverage more than 20 years in media has included extensive reporting of Queensland natural disasters, the Nauru Detention Centre riots, the last Mentoring Taskforce handover brjsbane Afghanistan and race correspondent for the Sydney to Hobart yacht race.
The Charitable Grants Program was set up in following the sale of BWC property and the decision to focus on operating a system of Charitable grants womeb local Brisbane and Queensland charities. Like this:. Whiting is a partner and director of communication agency Media Potential, a Brisbane based company which specialises in media and presentation skills and TV presenting courses.
Inshe was awarded an OAM in recognition of her work in media and child protection. An award-winning ABC journalist and producer who has reported qomen programs across the network including 7. She has also worked in South Africa as the inaugural winner of the Independent Newspapers Fellowship for Australia and travelled to Germany as the winner of the German Prize for Journalism.
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Our Board Our board is made up of a group of professional, hard-working and exceptional women who give freely of their time and energies to contribute their skills to the organisation. The mix of public and private sector women speakers was excellent. Her career in television journalism includes 20 years at the Nine Network in Melbourne and in Brisbane.