DCA released a ground-breaking report in March this year that examined the state of play for culturally and racially marginalised (CARM) women in leadership.
The research, conducted by a team of CARM women, focused on how the intersections of two key marginalising characteristics – race and gender – are operating in workplaces. It provided a framework for (intersectional) action on how organisations can create supportive pathways into leadership for CARM women.
We are pleased to invite DCA members in Perth to this special event facilitated by Ming Long AM, DCA Chair, where Lisa Annese, DCA’s CEO, will present the research findings.
Lisa will then join our guest panel to share their lived and professional experiences related to race and gender and their insights into the enablers and barriers that CARM women encounter at work.
Our guest panellists includes:
1. Lisa Annese, CEO, Diversity Council Australia,
2. Jordin Payne, Principal Aboriginal Community Relationships, Water Corporation, and
3. Elizabeth Lang, CEO, Diversity Focus.