Upcoming events

    • 21 May 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • BDO Level 10, 12 Creek St Brisbane QLD 4000
    • 12
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      Planning for your Financial Future


    We invite you to join us to gain insights into securing your financial independence and security

    Most of us have a clear idea of the kind of lifestyle we would like to lead - from purchasing a home to taking that dream holiday, however our financial situation may not always support our vision. It is important to understand the financial path you’re on, what your destination might be and what options there are available to make the most out of your journey.  It is also important to consider the differences experienced by women around financial independence and security so you can plan around these factors.  Did you know:

    • Women currently retire with 47% less superannuation than men
    • Women live five years longer than men on average
    • Women only receive 1/3 of government tax concessions on super (men receive the other 2/3)
    • 44% of women rely on their partners income as the main source of funds for retirement
    • 8.5% of women between 65 and 74 still have a mortgage

    *Source: Women In Super

    Given these factors it is vital as a women that you gain clarity around your current financial position and visually detail the journey you are on.  In this session you will gain the information you need to be able to control your financial decisions and achieve your lifestyle goals. The earlier you start thinking about your financial future and implementing a disciplined savings and investment strategy, the greater the rewards will be later on in life.  This session will cover:

    • Setting goals relevant to your life stage
    • Tax considerations and appropriate investment structures
    • Investment strategies and possible returns
    • Superannuation boosting strategies
    • Life insurances to ensure you and your family are protected

    Your facilitator:  BDO Partner and Private Wealth Advisor, Guy Taylor will provide simple tips and advice that will help you understand your current financial position and build a strong financial foundation for your future.  As this topic can be quite personal, Guy is happy to chat one on one after the formalities.

     

    Proudly sponsored by:


    and supported by:


    • 23 May 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • Translational Research Institute, 37 Kent Street, Woolloongabba 4102
    • 1
    Register
      Progress your Leadership 

    Have you ever found yourself at the end of a meeting wishing you had just spoken up? Or perhaps you’ve had a great idea, said it quietly, only to have someone else be acknowledged for your idea?

    Ever found yourself being offered an opportunity to step up and exercise leadership, only to find that you have talked yourself out of it before it has even begun?

    Everyone needs to practice leadership, regardless of your career progression stage. This workshop will help you to understand and develop the practice of your leadership and appreciate impact.

    In this session, we will explore some of the ideas and beliefs that are getting in the way of you making progress on important parts of your life and career. You will develop a personal hypothesis as to why this occurs, and design a range of individual experiments that you can use to further develop your leadership practice.


    Facilitated by: 

    Jennifer Witheriff, Director/Co-owner of GJR Consulting, an Australian company specializing in organizational and leadership development, executive coaching, training and facilitation. She has held leadership roles in Government before starting her private business. Her decades of experience in leadership development and coaching have equipped her with the knowledge and confidence to work with leaders at all levels.  Jennifer offers deep insights about complex dynamics and is genuinely involved in supporting leaders to transform. Jennifer's areas of interest include adaptive leadership, influencing styles and change.


    Download details of how to get to venue


    Parking: The venue is in walking distance from the train and bus station

    and also there is paid parking available at Princess Alexandra Hospital.


    Supported by:


    • 11 Jun 2019
    • 7:15 AM - 8:45 AM (UTC+10:00)
    • Rio Tinto, Meeting Room 27MO18, 123 Albert Street, Brisbane, QLD 4000 (please arrive 5-10mins early to allow for sign in and escorting to function room)
    • 45
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    ICT City Series Breakfast #2 with Kelly Wilkes


    The winding road to the executive table

    As the Cheryl Crow song says, "Every Day is a Winding Road".  Join Kelly Wilkes as she shares a personal journey of the road from first job, to worst job, and eventually to the Executive Table. From saying yes to opportunity, creating ones where there are none, making bold decisions and how to become a leader in your own life first: Kelly talks candidly about the highs and lows, the dead ends and cul-de-sacs on the road to her current Role as Head of People and Culture for MOQdigital.

    Kelly will share some lessons she has learnt along the way, tools to help you manage self and others, insights into the real story behind having it all and hopefully a few takeaways to implement in your own life.

    Your Presenter:

    Kelly Wilkes grew up in Perth, Western Australia and had the luxury or a free range childhood, moving to Sydney in her teenage years. Travelling extensively in her youth, she has had a wide variety of experiences, opportunities and setbacks.


    Kelly has spent the last 20 plus years working in a variety of IT and business roles ranging from Insurance and Banking to Government and Education, from global giants to a 3-person technology start-up. She has had many roles and worked in Australia, Sri Lanka, Africa, Europe and the US. Currently she is the Head of People and Culture for MOQdigital using what she has learnt from all these diverse roles to understand people and enable them to realise their full potential.

    Above all else Kelly is the mother of young two boys and wife to her amazing husband. She resides in Brisbane on small acreage with her family, chickens, and veggie patch.

    Networking and breakfast followed by presentation

    This event is proudly supported by:


    • 16 Jul 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Stock Exchange Hotel - Roof Top Bar, 131 Edward Street, Brisbane
    • 32
    Register


    Come along to our quarterly networking and meet other like minded women working in technology industries.  Networking events are a truly great way to make connections, get new ideas and create new opportunities.

    We pride ourselves on our inclusivity and community feel and our ability to provide a safe environment for you to maximise your potential.

    "I am thrilled to have shared the time and space with such positive and supportive women, where I felt very welcomed and a strong sense of belonging. Thankyou. This is a rare and special thing to have fostered." - Event attendee

    This is a FREE event for members (a small fee payable for non-members) includes canapes.  A cash bar is available for drinks.

    • 17 Jul 2019
    • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM (UTC+10:00)
    • Microsoft, Level 28, 400 George Street, Brisbane, 4000
    Register


    As our current Mentoring program draws to a close we invite participants to join us to regroup, network and reflect on the journey and share the successes.  It is also a great opportunity to provide feedback on the program.  The session will again be facilitated by:

    Michael Eales, Partner - is an experienced strategy designer with 15+ years experience applying strategic foresight and business model design at the front end of complex innovation projects.  Michael draws on a background in economics, information technology, banking, investment and insurance services.


    This event is again proudly sponsored by:       

     and supported by:

    • 19 Jul 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
    • PwC, Level 23, 480 Queen Street, Brisbane
    • 30
    Register


    Invitation Only Board Readiness ProgramTM Graduate Luncheon

    The WiT Board Readiness Program was established to:

    • support women in achieving the skill set to become highly competent board member
    • promote benefits of directors on boards with technology skills
    • partner with others involved in developing board skills
    • enhance participant's career through access to resources, practical training & mentoring
    • achieve successful board placements in all sectors

    A key part of the program is an Invitation Only Industry Luncheon attended by senior executives, Board Directors & senior representatives from Queensland Government to provide Graduates an opportunity to network.

    Proudly sponsored by:

    • 25 Jul 2019
    • 7:30 AM - 11:30 AM (UTC+10:00)
    • Microsoft, Level 28, 400 George Street, Brisbane, 4000
    • 30
    Register
      WiT Mentoring Program - Mentor Workshop


    How can we develop individuals’ mindsets and capabilities to unlock, create and capture value so they can apply it to their life and career?


    We know you have the ambition and focus to achieve success and tap into a network of amazing people who are, founders, managers, students, executives to advance, empower and connect. 

    It is through your lived experience that you will be able to provide support along the 12-week interactive journey to help your Mentee unpack their greatest asset – themselves!

    We have created a Community of Practice with weekly activities to keep you and your Mentee engaged throughout the process and connect with the greater cohort through shared learning and reflective practice.

    What will be covered in the workshop:

    • Introduction to the program
    • Roles & responsibilities of Mentors
    • Mental models – enablers and blockers
    • Guiding and supporting mentees
    • Business model you canvas
    • Goals for program

    The success of this program is built with your passion, generosity of time and spirit. In addition to helping individuals develop and succeed, you will also have a great time connecting with like-minded professionals who are passionate about fostering and developing others.

    After completion of the workshop, there will be moments to come together and connect as well as share your stories and journey with a concluding breakfast event.

    Note: Signing up for the Workshop means you agree to participate as a mentor in the program either this session or future sessions.  You cannot take part in the program unless you complete this workshop.  Once you have registered an email will be sent to you with a link to complete a simple Questionnaire to assist us in the matching process.

    See further details of program outline and commitment here.

    Your program facilitators

    Michael Eales, Partner - is an experienced strategy designer with 15+ years experience applying strategic foresight and business model design at the front end of complex innovation projects.  Michael draws on a background in economics, information technology, banking, investment and insurance services.

    As a strategy designer and Stanford Certified Project Manager, his interests in design thinking and systems thinking have been applied to complex client projects in public policy, financial services, legal services, consumer goods, media, tourism, telecom, manufacturing, healthcare and education. He regularly works with venture-backed startups through leading accelerators and incubators.  Complimenting this work, Michael is a regular key note speaker on potential futures, and has taught courses, facilitated workshops, and judged competitions at a number of institutions and organisations.

    Proudly sponsored by:



    and supported by:

     


    • 25 Jul 2019
    • 12:30 PM - 4:30 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • Microsoft, Level 28, 400 George Street, Brisbane, 4000
    • 17
    Register
      WiT Mentoring Program - Mentee Workshop


    Join us and unlock, create and capture value and apply it to your life and career


    Embark on a 12-week interactive journey where you will build upon your skills with a carefully matched Mentor who will guide and help unpack your greatest asset – you!

    Connect with your purpose – the intersection of your passion, mission, profession and vocation in order to unlock, create and capture value and apply it to your life and your career.

    We have created a Community of Practice with weekly activities to keep you and your Mentor engaged throughout the process and connect with the greater cohort through shared learning and reflective practice.

    What will be covered in the workshop:

    • Introduction to the program
    • What to expect
    • Role of Mentee
    • Goals, Vision & Aspiration
    • Complete a Business Model Canvas

    After completion of the workshop, there will be moments to come together and connect as well as share your stories and journey with a concluding breakfast event.

    Note: you cannot take part in the program unless you complete this workshop.  Once booked and paid an email will be sent to you with a link to complete an Application Questionnaire.

    See further details of program outline and commitment here.

    Your program facilitators

    Michael Eales, Partner - is an experienced strategy designer with 15+ years experience applying strategic foresight and business model design at the front end of complex innovation projects.  Michael draws on a background in economics, information technology, banking, investment and insurance services.

    As a strategy designer and Stanford Certified Project Manager, his interests in design thinking and systems thinking have been applied to complex client projects in public policy, financial services, legal services, consumer goods, media, tourism, telecom, manufacturing, healthcare and education. He regularly works with venture-backed startups through leading accelerators and incubators.  Complimenting this work, Michael is a regular key note speaker on potential futures, and has taught courses, facilitated workshops, and judged competitions at a number of institutions and organisations.

    Proudly sponsored by:



    and supported by:



    • 30 Aug 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 11:30 PM
    • Brisbane City Hall, 64 Adelaide Street, Brisbane
    Register

    You are invited to attend the 22nd Annual WiT Awards Gala Dinner for 2019.  Please join us as we celebrate the achievements of amazing women working in technology and life sciences.


    Dress: Black Tie

    Theme:
    "Make Your Mark"

    Ticket inclusions: 
    Entry, drinks on arrival, delicious three-course meal, beverages (beer, wine & soft drink, juices, tea and coffee)

    Entertainment:

    Dance the night away with "Savvy" 


    Your MC

    Dr Joel Gilmore is a physicist and energy expert, providing advice to industry and government on transitioning Australia to a low emissions future.  He's also a passionate science communicator and performer, including co-host of Food Lab on SBS where he talks about the science and technology of cooking.  In his spare time, he teaches swing dancing, learns musical instruments and travels the world - 54 countries so far!

    Your Keynote for the evening

    Leanne Kemp is Founder & CEO of Everledger. Using her extensive background in emerging technologies, business, jewellery and insurance, through Everledger Leanne is pushing boundaries to address real-world challenges.

    Using blockchain technology, Everledger is driving transparency and trust along global supply chains to ensure the provenance of valuable assets. With a rich history in innovation, Leanne previously founded three Australian startups including Absoft Queensland, Fastcards Pty Ltd and the Great Australian Survey Company. Through these companies Leanne introduced and patented transformational technology ideas. 

    Leanne's entrepreneurial success has led to her appointment as the Queensland Chief Entrepreneur for 2019 and 2020, a role to further develop the startup ecosystem, attract investment and support job creation throughout the State of Queensland. She is the first female entrepreneur to hold the position and the first person to be appointed for a 2 year tenure.

    Leanne is an appointed member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Blockchain Business Council and Co-Chair for the World Trade Board's Sustainable Trade Action Group. She is also on the IBM Blockchain Platform Board of Advisors and was the only Australian to co-chair sessions at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in January 2019. Leanne's leadership role in technology has been recognised, winning awards including:

    • Innovator of the Year 2018 at the Women in IT Awards (London); and
    • the Advance Global Australian Awards 2018 for Technology Innovation.

    Parking & Accommodation Information:

    Closest parking to the venue is at King George Square Carpark, 11 Ann Street, Brisbane.  The Pullman King George Square and Mercure King George Square have offered a special rate for the evening for details and to book call the reservations team on 3222 1125 or em h8784-re1@accor.com and quote Women in Technology.

    Supported Charity:

    Our WiT Awards 2019 Charity is Commsync Foundation.  $10 from every booking will be donated to this Brisbane tech based NFP harnessing the power of wearable technology to change lives for vulnerable children and women experiencing domestic violence. Their philosophy is that the most vulnerable women and children should never have to pay for safety – they’ve already paid a high enough price.  Your support will support this mission, keeping them safe through connections www.commsyncfoundation.org.au.

    Our WiT Awards would not be possible without our generous Sponsors:

     

                                    

                                         

       

                         

                      

         

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    • 17 Sep 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Stock Exchange Hotel - Roof Top Bar, 131 Edward Street, Brisbane
    • 47
    Register


    Come along to our quarterly networking and meet other like minded women working in technology industries.  Networking events are a truly great way to make connections, get new ideas and create new opportunities.

    We pride ourselves on our inclusivity and community feel and our ability to provide a safe environment for you to maximise your potential.

    "I am thrilled to have shared the time and space with such positive and supportive women, where I felt very welcomed and a strong sense of belonging. Thankyou. This is a rare and special thing to have fostered." - Event attendee

    This is a FREE event for members (a small fee payable for non-members) includes canapes.  A cash bar is available for drinks.

Past events

07 May 2019 WiT Connectworks Networking
01 May 2019 Life Sciences #1 - Friends, Collaboration and Translation
30 Apr 2019 Women in Technology Mentoring Progam - Mentee Workshop
30 Apr 2019 Women in Technology Mentoring Progam - Mentor Workshop
04 Apr 2019 Annual General Meeting of Women in Technology
20 Mar 2019 2019 Board Readiness Program - Intro
14 Mar 2019 Government Only Event: Transferable skills in changing roles in the IT sector with Dr Sue Keay, Data 61 CSIRO
06 Mar 2019 ICT City Series Breakfast#1 - The Role of the Corporate Entrepreneur in the Radical Innovation Process
28 Feb 2019 Critical Decision Making & Heightened Performance Intelligence with Jason Murray
07 Feb 2019 WiT Connectworks Networking
05 Dec 2018 WiT Christmas Party - Welcome in the Festive Season with us!
29 Nov 2018 Communicating to Influence: Building your Interpersonal Communication Toolkit
23 Nov 2018 Government Only Event: Digital Careers, finding your purpose with Sandra Slater
14 Nov 2018 2018 Mentoring Program Closing Breakfast Session 2
07 Nov 2018 Pitching and Promoting 'your' brand with Outspoken Women
18 Oct 2018 Academia and Industry in STEM: Transitions and Collaborations
16 Oct 2018 Government Member Only Free Breakfast event with Nasa Walton, CDO of Residential Tenancies Authority
14 Sep 2018 21st Annual WiT Awards - It's Time to Shine!
06 Sep 2018 Arc Showcase & WiT Networking Event with Alex Moss
29 Aug 2018 ICT City Series Breakfast#2 - "Leading the Way in the Digital World: Embracing a new kind of leadership" with Sonia McDonald
24 Aug 2018 Women in Technology Mentoring Progam - Mentee Workshop
23 Aug 2018 Women in Technology Mentoring Progam - Mentor Workshop
26 Jul 2018 Life Sciences Strategic Professional Networking Evening
26 Jun 2018 2018 Mentoring Program Closing Breakfast Session 1
30 May 2018 Invite Only 2018 Board Readiness Program Graduate Luncheon
16 May 2018 ICT City Series Breakfast#1 "Fortune Favours the Brave" with Kylie Sprott from Xenith IP Group
03 May 2018 Life Sciences Professional Development Event - Shameless Self Promotion
26 Apr 2018 Annual General Meeting of Women in Technology
20 Apr 2018 Women in Technology Mentoring Progam - Mentee Workshop
19 Apr 2018 Women in Technology Mentoring Progam - Mentor Workshop
27 Mar 2018 Women in Technology NEW AND EXCITING Mentoring Program Launch
27 Feb 2018 Stand up and speak out, with Outspoken Women
27 Feb 2018 Empowering a healthier future... through the intersection of people, technology and science
07 Feb 2018 2018 Board Readiness Program
05 Dec 2017 WiT Christmas Party - Welcome in the Festive Season with us!
30 Nov 2017 Visualising Science
22 Nov 2017 EVENT POSTPONED TO EARLY 2018 DATE TO BE CONFIRMED Step Up #4 - Financial Security: What haven't you taken into account
14 Nov 2017 Resilience and the Science of High Performance
25 Oct 2017 ICT City Series Breakfast #4 - Disruption and Innovation: Be the Unicorn. Why there has never been a better time to break the rules and make no apologies
11 Oct 2017 AIIA Showcase the Role of the CDO - How CDOs work their magic in the digital space
13 Sep 2017 2017 Mentoring Program Closing Breakfast Session 2
01 Sep 2017 20th Annual WiT Awards
22 Aug 2017 Life Sciences Professional Development Event - The Imposter Syndrome
10 Aug 2017 Step Up #3 - Emerging Women in Leadership Workshop
14 Jul 2017 ICT City Series Breakfast #3 - Balancing the Masculine to Counter Disruption with Kristyn Haywood
28 Jun 2017 Step Up #1 - Building your Job Ready Tool Kit....continued (only open to previous participants)
21 Jun 2017 Step Up #2 - Closing the Gender Pay Gap - Contract Negotiation & the Confidence to Match
16 Jun 2017 Mentoring Program Session Two - Mentee Workshop
15 Jun 2017 How To Be An Effective Mentor Workshop
31 May 2017 Life Sciences Professional Development Event - Communicate your Impact in the Real World
24 May 2017 2017 Mentoring Program Closing Breakfast Session 1
18 May 2017 Champagne & Coding - Learn to Code Workshop: how to code your very own website, blog or game!
17 May 2017 Queensland Government - The Future of Technology in Government
03 May 2017 Step Up #1 - Building your Job Ready Tool Kit
19 Apr 2017 Annual General Meeting of Women in Technology
29 Mar 2017 WiT Networking Wine & Shine
07 Mar 2017 WiT is proudly supporting 4th Annual Women in Leadership Queensland Summit
21 Feb 2017 ICT City Series Breakfast with Wendie Lee, General Manager IS Solutions Delivery - Super Retail Group
17 Feb 2017 How To Be An Effective Mentor Workshop
16 Feb 2017 Mentoring Program Session One - Mentee Workshop (registrations only open to current EOI)
07 Dec 2016 WiT Christmas Party - Welcome in the Festive Season with WiT!
10 Nov 2016 Step Up Program Workshop Three - Getting Stuff Done: Time Management with Caroline McGuire
07 Nov 2016 Entrepreneurs & Executives - Panel Event
27 Oct 2016 Work On: Growth - Business Mentoring with Peer Action
25 Oct 2016 Life Sciences Breakfast - Nanotechnology a Scientist Trajectory with Nasim Amiralian & Chunxia Zhao - AIBN Researcher & WiT Rising Star Award Winner
24 Oct 2016 Invite Only 2016 Board Readiness Program Graduate Luncheon
12 Oct 2016 WiT Networking Drinks & Canapes - First Impressions
12 Oct 2016 WiT is proudly supporting the Women World Changers Summit
05 Oct 2016 ICT City Series Breakfast with Wendy Flavien - CIO of RSL Care
26 Sep 2016 2016 WiT Award Winners - Meet & Greet
07 Sep 2016 2016 Mentoring Program Closing Breakfast Session 2
02 Sep 2016 19th Annual WiT Awards
25 Aug 2016 Step Up Program Workshop Two - Difficult workplace conversations & negotiations with Steven York
23 Aug 2016 2016 Board Readiness Program
12 Aug 2016 Life Sciences Breakfast - Future Foods: Functional Foods; Flavoursome Foods
02 Aug 2016 ICT City Series Breakfast with Heidi Uytendaal, 2015 WiT Infotech Outstanding Achievement Award Winner
29 Jul 2016 The Sky is the Limit: Queensland Women and Drones
17 Jun 2016 How To Be An Effective Mentor Workshop
16 Jun 2016 Queensland Government Women in Technology EOFY Networking Drinks
16 Jun 2016 Mentoring Program Session Two - Mentee Workshop (registrations only open to current EOI)
12 Jun 2016 WIT is proudly supporting the Women in Tech Conference
29 May 2016 STEMed 2016 - NOW FULLY BOOKED!
26 May 2016 Life Sciences Breakfast - Human Bionics, Union of Science, Industry & Clinical Need
24 May 2016 2016 Mentoring Program Closing Breakfast Session 1
12 May 2016 Are you at a point in your career where you feel you need a "Step Up"?
29 Apr 2016 ICT Executive Pathways Program
20 Apr 2016 Annual General Meeting of Women in Technology
22 Mar 2016 World Water Day - Scientific Analytical Services Laboratory Tour
04 Mar 2016 WiT group AIM International Women's Day Debate
23 Feb 2016 ICT City Series Breakfast with Donna-Maree Vinci, Executive General Manager, Enterprise Solutions, BOQ
23 Feb 2016 Gold Coast Breakfast with Linda O'Brien - Pro Vice Chancellor Information Services, Griffith University
19 Feb 2016 Mentoring Program - Mentee Workshop (registrations only open to current EOI)
18 Feb 2016 How To Be An Effective Mentor Workshop
09 Dec 2015 WiT Christmas Party - Welcome in the Festive Season with WiT!
25 Nov 2015 Step Up Program Workshop 4 with Fiona Craig - You're the Expert, Now Start Acting Like One
23 Nov 2015 ICT City Series Breakfast with Sam Kennedy, Director of Strategy and Innovation for Optus
17 Nov 2015 The 3D Printing Revolution Forum
27 Oct 2015 2015 Mentoring Program Closing Breakfast
20 Oct 2015 Life Sciences Breakfast with Carolyn Mountford CEO and Director of Research, TRI
14 Oct 2015 Griffith Eskitis Nature Bank and Compounds Australia Tour
29 Sep 2015 Step Up Program Workshop 3 - Career Prospects with Sarah Yip & Kym Volp
28 Aug 2015 18th Annual WiT Awards
16 Aug 2015 National Science Week - Smashing the Glass Ceiling
13 Aug 2015 BE the Entrepreneur you want to be - from startup to stardom
11 Aug 2015 POSTPONED Life Sciences Breakfast Series with UQ DVCR Professor Robyn Ward
11 Aug 2015 WiT Regional Breakfast and Networking - Cairns
17 Jul 2015 Mentoring Program - Mentee Workshop
16 Jul 2015 How To Be An Effective Mentor Workshop
15 Jul 2015 Queensland Government Women in Technology EOFY Networking Drinks
29 Jun 2015 Life Sciences Breakfast Series with Dr Melina Georgousakis
26 Jun 2015 Step Up Program Workshop 2 - Social Media with Bruce Rasmussen from Carpe Diem Consulting and Liz Minchin from 'The Conversation'
16 Jun 2015 2015 Mentoring Program Closing Breakfast
09 Jun 2015 18th Annual WiT Awards Launch Party
02 Jun 2015 WiT Scientifique Cafe Event - Cook Medical Presentation & Tour
28 May 2015 WiT Government Inspiring Women's Luncheon
27 May 2015 WiT Regional Breakfast and Networking - Townsville
26 May 2015 Invite Only 2015 Board Readiness Program Graduate Luncheon
12 May 2015 ICT City Series Breakfast with Sandy Geyer - EnQ
28 Apr 2015 Annual General Meeting of Women in Technology
28 Apr 2015 WiT Board & Chapters Pre Meeting
22 Apr 2015 Step Up Program Workshop 1 - Perfect Pitch with Jen Burrows
31 Mar 2015 Life Sciences Breakfast Series with Lyn Griffiths - Executive Director IHBI QUT
06 Mar 2015 WiT group AIM International Women's Day Debate
04 Mar 2015 2015 Board Readiness Program
20 Feb 2015 Mentoring Program - Mentee Workshop
19 Feb 2015 Mentoring Program - Mentor Workshop
10 Feb 2015 Hear&Say Tour with Dr Dimity Dornan AO
03 Dec 2014 Life Sciences Breakfast Series with Anne-Marie Birkill - OneVentures
27 Nov 2014 Perfect Pitch Workshop with Jen Burrows
27 Nov 2014 Queensland Government Networking Breakfast with Jen Burrows
26 Nov 2014 Christmas Lightbulb Networking with Jen Burrows
05 Nov 2014 ICT City Series Breakfast with Sue Rickerby - Director General DSITIA
29 Oct 2014 2014 Mentoring Program Closing Breakfast
15 Oct 2014 Invite Only WiT Awards Thank You & Debrief Luncheon
05 Sep 2014 17th Annual WiT Awards
28 Aug 2014 3D Printing for Medical Applications
08 Jul 2014 ICT City Series Breakfast with Jodi Schmidt - CEO TAFE Queensland
09 Apr 2014 Annual General Meeting of Women in Technology
27 Mar 2014 Mentor for a Moment
11 Mar 2014 WiT Social Media Workshop
09 Mar 2014 Join WiT for the IWD Fun Run - FREE EVENT
26 Feb 2014 WiT Networking at the Edge - FREE EVENT!
20 Jan 2014 WiT Board Meeting
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