Women in National Security (WiNS): Women in Strategy and Leadership: Is Australia at a Tipping Point?

  • 12 Aug 2015
  • 5:15 PM - 7:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
  • Spender Theatre, Australian Defence College Weston Creek



This event is full and registrations have closed.  If you have a spot reserved or an inquiry, please contact us on T: 02 6295 1555 or E: info@ifrs.org.au

The IFRS Women in National Security (WiNS) program, in partnership with the Australian Army, is hosting a panel of successful senior women working in the field of national security to explore the topic of Women in Leadership and Strategy: Is Australia at a tipping point?

During the event, our speakers will discuss Australia’s current status of women in leadership and strategy, how far we’ve come and where it might head in the future.

The Women in National Security (WiNS) initiative aims to present positive role models, develop networks and encourage women to take up and retain careers and leadership roles within national security. 

Guest Speakers / Panel

Ms Kathryn Campbell, CSC
Secretary, Department of Human


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Professor Audrey Cronin
Keogh Chair 2015

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  Ms Justine Greig
Assistant Secretary, People Strategy & Culture, Department of Defence12 August 2015

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MAJGEN Simone Wilkie, AM
Head Joint Enables and Commander Australian Defence College, Australian Army

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The IFRS would like to thank the Department of Defence for the use of the Australian Defence College venue facilities.

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