Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Virtual Conference 2023
Tuesday 31 October 2023
Embracing DEI as a strategic advantage for your organisation
Harness the current optimism and momentum surrounding DEI to drive sustainable initiatives that make a measurable impact in your workplace.
The myth of merit
Let’s step forward, united by the goal of driving profound change and engage in a discussion that will prompt you to introspect, and explore strategies to dismantle the systems that perpetuate disadvantage and leave a legacy of empowerment and equality.
Annabel Crabb (she/her)
Navigating the corporate role in DEI
Explore the role of organisations in bridging societal divides and achieving genuine DEI momentum.
Amplifying lived experience
Uncover the transformative power of voices in shifting mindsets and culture.
Data analysis and reporting
Harness the potential of data effectively to foster equitable workplaces and make informed decisions.
Unpack the experiences of culturally and racially diverse women in senior leadership positions in corporate Australia.
Cultivate true allies who drive meaningful change and create an inclusive workplace.
Mental wellness and inclusion
Delve deep into the strategies and practices that leading organisations use to empower individuals and organisations to thrive.
Explore the full program of sessions and networking opportunities in more detail
Your virtual conference experience
Attend from anywhere
Join us live from a location that suits you, or access session recordings after the event if you can’t attend on the day.
Expand your network
Connect with attendees from all over Australia to discuss challenges and explore opportunities together.
Build your toolkit
Access a digital library of tools and content to support your learning and development, before, during and after the live event.
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Antoinette Lattouf (she/her)
Annabel Crabb (she/her)
Journalist, Writer and Broadcaster
Aunty Munya Andrews
Aboriginal Elder, Cultural Educator and Director of Evolve Communities
Dr Bree Gorman (they/them)
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Consultant
Matt Haanappel OAM PLY (he/him)
National DEI Manager · AUSTSWIM
Michelle Sheppard (she/her)
Presenter, Advocate, and Trainer
Rezza Moieni (he/him)
Chief Technology Officer and Project Director · Cultural Infusion
Roman Ruzbacky (he/him)
Director Diversity, Equity & Inclusion · Cultural Infusion
Dominic Taranto (they/them)
Diversity & Inclusion Lead, People & Performance · EPA Victoria
Tamara Pararajasingham (she/her)
General Manager of Impact and Innovation · Uniting
Keri Le Page (she/her)
Inclusion & Diversity Lead · Australia & New Zealand, Mars
Dr Ruth Vine
Deputy Chief Medical Officer for Mental Health
Managing Director · The Wellbeing Outfit and Chief Mental Health Advisor for EY Oceania
Dr Clinton Schultz
Director, First Nations Strategy and Partnerships, Head of First Nations Research, Black Dog Institute
Natasha de Silva
Dr Marlene Kanga AO FTSE FREng FAICD
Chair, Non-Executive Director, Engineer, Entrepreneur, and Diversity Activist
General Manager Policy, Communications & Research, CEW
Rhonda Brighton-Hall FCPHR
Founder and CEO, mwah – Making Work Absolutely Human
Sugandha Chapman (she/her)
Senior Manager of Client Delivery, Inkling Group
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