Executive Women's Leadership Forum
A conversation with Ingrid Cumming

Date

Thursday, 25 February 2016
16:30 - Registration Opens
17:00 - Event Start
18:30 - Event Concludes

Venue

Lamont's Bishops House
90 Mounts Bay Road, Perth

With thanks to our host:

Prices

This event is free for organisation's who are members of the Committee.

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The Executive Women’s Leadership Forum is a community of senior and executive level women in the Committee for Perth membership who meet throughout the year to hear from inspiring leaders about their career and life journeys.

Event Overview

At the first Executive Women's Leadership Forum for 2016, we offer senior executive women from membership organisations a complimentary invitation to join us to hear from Whadjuk Noongar woman Ingrid Cumming about her career and life journey.

Meet our speakers and panellists

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Ingrid Cumming

Ingrid Cumming is a Whadjuk Noongar woman from Fremantle, Western Australia. A graduate of Murdoch University and Melbourne Business School. During her career Ingrid has presented and published an article with the United Nations Women Leaders Collective in Israel, represented Indigenous Australian Business at the Supply Diversity forum in San Antonio Texas, presented at TedXPerth 2014 and has been a keynote at various conferences and leadership forums about Indigenous knowledge, leadership and reconciliation.

She has won Indigenous Business of the Year at the Belmont Small Business Awards in 2014. Ingrid has recently become a board member of the National Indigenous Women in Business Group.

Ingrid is the founder and CEO of Kart Koort Wiern (Head Heart and Spirit), founded in 2010, she is a Perth based Indigenous consultancy that offers consultancy, training and workshops across Australia promoting reconciliation and increasing awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander strengths and strategy.

Her commitment and passion for her community, leadership, youth and reconciliation is the driver behind the work Kart Koort Wiern have done. The organisation continues to achieve with the long list of clients from both the Corporate, Public and Not for Profit sectors. For more on Kart Koort Wiern go to http://www.kartkoortwiern.com or find Kart Koort Wiern on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn.