Young Women’s Leadership Seminar

Learning Outcomes

  • Leadership development

About This Program

young women's leadership seminar

The Parliament of NSW Education team invites Year 11 students to participate in the Young Women’s Leadership Seminar to commemorate 120 years since women’s franchise and International Women’s Day.

When: Wednesday 9 March, 2022
Where: at the Parliament and online
Time: 10am – 12.30pm

Keynote presenter is Dr Xanthé Mallett, Associate Professor in Criminology at Newcastle Law School, forensic scientist, criminologist, TV presenter and author. Passionate about improving the outcomes of the criminal justice system, Dr Mallett advocates for victims of crime and their families. Before she joined Newcastle University, Xanthé worked as a forensic anthropologist at the University of Dundee’s Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification.

This program is an opportunity for students to meet an inspiring leader who can speak on personal and professional experiences, and who can help young women aspire to leadership roles. In addition, a panel of female Members will discuss highlights, challenges and opportunities they have experienced in their careers. 

Registrations

If you would like your students to participate please complete one of the following registration forms:

  • Online attendance – registrations close 7 March. 
    • The event link for online attendees will be sent to your registered email address the day of the event.

Please return the form to dps.education@parliament.nsw.gov.au.

We look forward to seeing you at the Parliament and/or online on Wednesday 9 March.

Further Enquiries?

Email Us: dps.education@parliament.nsw.gov.au                                         

Phone: 02 9230 2047


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