Gender representation on boards to be addressed at the next St Hilda’s Business Luncheon

Fair gender representation on boards will be on the agenda at the upcoming St Hilda’s Foundation Business Luncheon at The Marriott Resort and Spa.

Hundreds of locals are expected to turn out to attend the October 19 event, which will feature a keynote address by Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk.

Guests will also be treated to a thought-provoking panel discussion surrounding gender parity on boards with MP Kate Jones, Tony Shepherd AO, Marina Go and Christine McLoughlin to share their thoughts on the barriers and challenges being faced, benefits to businesses and the community, and personal experiences.


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According to a 2016 report by Deloitte, equal representation on boards would lead to $87 million in productivity gains per year in Queensland alone.

This, and other statistics relating to the economic and cultural benefits of fair gender representation will also be discussed.

Attendees will also be treated to a two course meal and drinks package, and have plenty of opportunity to network at the event.

Tickets to the St Hilda’s Foundation Business Luncheon are on sale until October 17 and are $125 for an individual and $1200 for a table of ten. For more information, and to book, visit: trybooking.com/book/event?eid=423773&

Carla is a full time journalist, presenter and announcer for 102.9 Hot Tomato and myGC.com.au, joining the team towards the end of 2011. When she is isn’t busy presenting all of myGC’s videos, bringing you the latest news or chatting live on air, Carla will often be found scoping out the hottest local events. Carla holds a Bachelor of Journalism degree from Bond University, where she graduated with number of First in Class and Dean’s List of Academic Excellence awards. Carla is also a well-regarded MC, singer and actor. Some of her credits include hosting the Australia’s Next Top Model Queensland Auditions for Foxtel, guest starring on Toybox for Channel Seven, and performing as Mrs Banks in The Arts Centre Gold Coast’s production of Mary Poppins.

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