Executive Women's Leadership Forum
Professor Deborah Terry AO

Date

Tuesday, 29 August 2017
17:00 - Registration Opens
17:15 - Event Start
18:30 - Event Concludes

Venue

Lamont's Bishops House
90 Mounts Bay Road, Perth

Prices

This event is free for member organisations of the Committee for Perth.

OPEN TO MEMBERS Registration has now closed

As an executive woman within your organisation we invite you to the Committee for Perth's next Executive Women’s Leadership Forum for 2017.

Our EWLF is a community of senior and executive level women in the Committee's membership who meet throughout the year to hear from inspiring leaders about their career and life journeys. This event is free as part of your company's membership. 

At this Executive Women's Leadership Forum, we offer you a complimentary invitation to join us to hear from Prof. Deborah Terry AO, Vice-Chancellor of Curtin University about her career and life journey.

Meet our speakers and panellists

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Prof. Deborah Terry AO

Vice-Chancellor

Professor Deborah Terry was appointed Curtin University’s Vice-Chancellor in February 2014 and is the immediate past President of the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia (ASSA) and member of the Board of Universities Australia. She is also on the Board of AARNET, the provider of Australia’s network infrastructure for research and education, and past Chair of the Australian Council of Learned Academies and the Australian Research Council's College of Experts in the Social, Behavioural and Economic Sciences. Professor Terry completed her PhD in Social Psychology at the Australian National University. She had a distinguished career at the University of Queensland, initially as an internationally recognised scholar in psychology, before progressing through a number of senior leadership roles, including Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor. She is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia and was made an Officer in the General Division (AO) in June 2015 for distinguished service to education in the tertiary sector.