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Westpac Grad Program

Westpac Grad Program

WIS Board Women In Super. Our Women in Super Board consists of the National Chair of WIS, the National Secretary of WIS, the Chair of each State Committee and a second representative from NSW and Victorian Committees. Westpac Grad ProgramThe committee meets four times a year. Cate Wood. Chair, Women in Super. Cate Wood is National Chair of Women in Super and is an experienced Director who holds positions on numerous Boards, providing depth of knowledge in superannuation, governance, strategy, investment and diversity. She is a current director of Industry Super Australia, ISPT Pty Ltd and IGIPT Pty Ltd Property Trusts and the Mothers Day Classic Foundation. She has previously held executive positions as CEO of AGEST Super and The Trade Union Training Authority. She was Deputy Chair of Care. Super from March 2. Westpac Grad ProgramChair in March 2. Cate was nominated to the Care. Super Board by the Australian Services Union ASU and was recently awarded as the recipient of the AIST 2. Trustee of the Year at CMSF. Melissa Birks. Chair, Victoria. Mel started her career in superannuation in the ATO, moving to work with industry super funds in 2. She has held roles in marketing, communications and relationship management at Superpartners, HESTA, Hostplus, AUSfund, Industry Fund Services and ME Bank. Mel is passionate about focusing on delivering benefits to members, and female members in particular. Outside of super, Mel has been a member of the Mothers Day Classic organising committee in Melbourne for a number of years and is a director Too Young To Work, a charity that helps get children out of child labour in India. Mel also has an MBA from Deakin University. Sandra Buckley. National Secretary, Women in Super. Experts in financial planning, superannuation and business coaching with articles from key industry figures The Experts. Updated world stock indexes. Get an overview of major world indexes, current values and stock market data. 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Sandra holds a Degree in International Marketing and Languages from Dublin City University and has undertaken further studies in economics and law at the Copenhagen Business School and Kings College London. Robbie Campo. Director, Women in Super. Robbie Campo is a senior executive with almost two decades experience in superannuation and financial services. Robbie was Deputy Chief Executive at Industry Super Australia and involved in extensive policy research, analysis and advocacy including on economic security for women in retirement, financial advice, financial services and superannuation fund regulation including fees and fund performance, governance and default fund arrangements, as well as long involvement in the Industry Funds Marketing Campaign. She is the Chair of the National Policy Committee for Women in Super, and a non executive director of Victoria Legal Aid. Katie Frazer. Deputy Chair, Victoria. Katie Frazer is an Assistant Product Manager at Uni. Super and the Deputy Chair of the Women in Super Victorian committee. Katie has worked in the superannuation industry for over 2. Her broad experience across a number of client and people management roles means she has extensive expertise at both operational and strategic levels. Westpac Grad ProgramShe enjoys working in roles that focus on ensuring the best retirement outcomes for members. Outside of super, Katie has experience serving on boards for not for profit organisations that are focussed on high quality and affordable early years education. She is currently a board member for GEKA Inc., having previously been the President for a local community based child care centre, as well as the President of her daughters local kindergarten. Katie holds a Diploma of Financial Services Superannuation and Diploma of Financial Planning. Sophie Horwood. Chair, South Australia. Sophie has worked in marketing and communications for over 1. 2016 API Summer School Presenters Professor Akhtar Kalam. Professor Akhtar Kalam has been at Victoria University, Melbourne since 1985 and a former Deputy Dean of the. Local time 524 PM aedt 15 November 2017 Membership 790,129 registered members 13,376 visited in past 24 hrs 1,131 members online now 1,268 guests visiting now. The Executive team is structured to include seven senior executives, reporting to the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer. The responsibilities of the. Chair. Air Chief Marshal Sir Angus Houston AK, AFC Retd was appointed to the Airservices Board on 6 December 2011 and appointed as Chair on 3 June 2012. Westpac Grad ProgramWestpac Grad ProgramMasters of Marketing, Diploma of Advertising and Bachelor of Professional Writing and Communications. Over the past decade, Sophie has been managing marketing, communication and engagement activities for industry super funds NGS Super and most recently, Statewide Super. As a highly motivated and results driven leader, passionate about improving the lives of others, Sophie also uses her skill set in a voluntary capacity. She is presently a Director of Spence Club Inc. Chair of the Women in Super Communications Committee and holding leadership positions with Women in Super SA, the Mothers Day Classic SA and previously UN Women. Karen Lauf. Director, Women in Super. Karen Lauf is the Chair of the National Audit, Risk and Compliance Committee of Women in Super, and an experienced senior finance manager bringing over two decades of experience in finance, risk, compliance and governance in both South Africa and Australia. Karen is passionate about achieving outcomes, and in particular about seeing womens retirement outcomes improved. She joined Australian. Super in December 2. Finance and Commercial Manager. Previously, from 2. Karen was the National Manager, Client Finance at Superpartners and following Links acquisition of the Superpartners business in late 2. Karen led the finance team and clients through the significant and successful transition onto Links platforms.  Karen has also worked at Deloitte Australia for a number of years as a Client Director. She was a member of the Deloitte Australia IFRS Centre of Excellence forming part of the Deloitte Global IFRS Leadership Team. Karen is a registered Chartered Accountant in both South Africa and Australia. Lata Mc. Nulty. Deputy Chair, New South Wales. Lata Mc. Nulty is the Deputy Chair of Women in Super NSW and is a Senior Governance, Risk and Compliance Executive. Lata is the Head of Compliance at Link Group and is also a member of the ASFA Education and Professional Accreditation Committee. She has over 1. 5 years experience in the wealth management industry and prior to joining Link Group, Lata was a founding member and Principal Consultant of Sequential. At Sequential, Lata lead strategy implementation engagements for clients across regulatory and governance changes, business integration and transformation initiatives and projectprogram assurance reviews. Lata holds a Degree in Commerce Banking and Finance from Canberra University and has undertaken further studies in superannuation, project and program management. Lata is a certified Prince. Sandi Orleow. Chair, New South Wales. Sandi has worked globally and locally in financial services for over two decades, with a focus on superannuation, funds management, investment consulting and research.  Having started her career at Arthur Andersen as a Chartered Accountant, she became the Head of Consulting at Brockhouse Cooper in South Africa and then a Senior Investment Consultant and Head of Private Markets at Towers Watson Australia. She established her own consulting business in 2. Sandi currently holds several committee and director roles, including Independent Member of Statewide Supers Investment Committee, a Non Executive Director of Infrastructure Capital Group and National Director of Women in Super, Audit Risk Committee Member and Chair of the NSW Committee.