4 June 2019
Supporting women in leadership is a priority for Health Infrastructure, and so we are excited to be part of the new Opendoors Program: a joint initiative between the Public Service Commission, Deloitte, Health Infrastructure and Infrastructure NSW to link senior women in the business with influential mentors.
The Program intends to identify and support future leaders in Government, providing participants with advice and support from some of the State’s most senior executives. It’s all part of the Government’s ongoing commitment to increase diversity and the role of women in leading the future of the Stage.
Congratulations to all involved including Health Infrastructure’s Sally Friedlander, Gillian Geraghty, Elsie Choy, Amanda Bock, Leone McEntee and Liz Partridge.
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