You are invited to attend the 20th Annual WiT Awards Gala Dinner for 2017. Please join us as we celebrate the achievements of amazing women working in technology and life sciences.
Dress: Black Tie
Celebrating our Past....Advancing, empowering and connecting our Future - 20 years of WiT!
Entry, canapes/drinks on arrival, a delicious three-course meal, beverages (beer, wine & softdrink/juices)
Entertainment: Dance the night away with "Savvy"
Your MC for the evening
Jennifer Burrows - author "Picture them Naked" is Head of Management Consulting at APRG Brisbane. With experience derived from a diverse client and industry base, Jennifer has strengths in organisational transformation cultural change, strategy development, implementation and execution, change management, behavioral profiling and communication.
Holly Ransom is an accomplished global keynote speaker who has presented across six continents, including delivering a Peace Charter to the Dalai Lama, presenting at the World Entrepreneur of the Year Awards in Monaco & addressing the G20’s Central Bank Governors and Finance Ministers. She is a popular blogger, contributor to a number of leading publications & regular radio and TV guest. She has featured on ABC’s ‘Q&A’, Reuters, Bloomberg Asia, Channel 7 News and Channel 10’s ‘The Project’, and is renowned for her commentary on intergenerational economic and social challenges.
Teresa Carlson is head of Global Public Sector, responsible for Strategy, Sales and Business Development for Amazon’s Web Services and Cloud Computing business. She is charged with driving both revenue & partnership strategy across Public Sector in all geographies. She has more than 20 years experience as a business executive driving innovation and change and producing successful business results. A highly respected leader in the information technology field, Teresa’s customer focus has delivered exceptional value to her clients while consistently exceeding her organization’s goals. WiT are pleased to donate all proceeds from raffle 2017 Awards to
Share the Dignity.
Share the Dignity believes that access to sanitary items should be a right not a privilege
Our WiT Awards would not be possible without our generous Sponsors: