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Finance, life after the Commonwealth Games & more ...

Women on Boards I Making it Real

Release Date: 06/12/2020

From mature aged student to the ASX show art From mature aged student to the ASX

Women on Boards I Making it Real

After leaving school Kelly went straight to work in insurance as a fresh-faced junior. A move she says, in hindsight, was fundamental to her success.

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Finance, life after the Commonwealth Games & more ... show art Finance, life after the Commonwealth Games & more ...

Women on Boards I Making it Real

Helen Moore learned English as a second language as she grew up Yeppoon in central Queensland.  By her mid-twenties she had met her husband, had two children and had returned to university to study accounting.

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Following a plan and having a strong connection to your board show art Following a plan and having a strong connection to your board

Women on Boards I Making it Real

An experienced finance partner with Grant Thornton, Holly made the leap to her first board role once her children started school and she had some more time.

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Women on Boards I Making it Real

Sarah-Jane “S-J” Kurtini and Stephen O'Young founded Tinybeans in 2012. After a chance introduction SJ was sold on the idea after a 30-minute meeting. And the rest they say is history.

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Women on Boards I Making it Real

Claire Braund talks to Nadia Moffatt about how she overcame an acquired brain injury to build a successful board career. Nadia is an experienced non-exec director, chair & advocate in the corporate, public & NFP sectors, including:

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Women on Boards I Making it Real

As a highly successful marketer, Cheryl Hayman is a portfolio director currently sitting on three ASX boards as well as not for profits.  

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How things have changed in the boardroom show art How things have changed in the boardroom

Women on Boards I Making it Real

Join Claire Braund (Founder of Women on Boards and CEO of Women on Boards in Australia) and Fiona Hathorn (Founder and CEO of Women on Boards in the UK) when they get together to reflect how things have changed in the world of the boardroom since they first talked about launching in the UK back in 2012. 

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Born in France and migrating in the 1990s, Helen Moore learned English as a second language as she grew up Yeppoon in central Queensland.  By her mid-twenties she had met her husband, had two children and had enrolled to study accounting as a mature aged student -  which she blitzed with distinctions.

From there Helen moved into government roles, rising to senior executive roles.  She talks about her most memorable role as CFO for the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, which she says was a once in a lifetime opportunity, despite the risk management issues.

Having worked as a non executive director for the last twelve years, Claire chats to Helen about a range of issues, including the recruitment process, risk management, working on and with boards and more.

Helen Moore
NED, Santos Organics
Chair and Director, Moor Corporate Investments
Helen on LinkedIn 

Claire Braund on LinkedIn

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