Registrations for this event are now closed.
International Women’s Day
Monday, 8 March 2021
Celebrating diversity and overcoming adversity
in Supply Chain and Logistics.
Parking available on campus. Information will be sent to all registrants.
Following on from the successful ‘HerStories’ Webinar series launched in 2020, this in-person event is a wonderful way to honour professional women in our industry on IWD. Expect honesty, humour, inspiration and insight from our very special panel guests.
Enjoy great networking with a glass of champagne and breakfast.
All welcome – why not bring a friend or colleague?
Over 20 years Logistics experience encompassing operational management, change management, project/program management, business improvement, facility design and commissioning, facilities & maintenance, business development, strategy, procurement, technology and industrial property. Amy has worked in senior executive roles with Woolworths, XAct Solutions, Metcash, Toll Global Logistics and now CSR Limited where she is leading a major Supply Chain transformation.
Graduated from high school at Loreto Kirribilli in Sydney, then completed Bachelor of Business at UTS, Sydney. Natasha has spent the last 14 years working in various supply chain roles within the FMCG industry, and have been working at RB for 11 years, currently performing the role of Logistics Manager within the Health Business Unit. She is also a mother of 2 boys - 5 & 7 years old, balancing fulltime work/career and family life.
Niki Skontos is the Founder and Director of eCom Logistics, Australia’s trusted eCommerce and omnichannel provider for Startups, Small & Medium Business. Niki’s mission is to support the growth of startups and SME’s by delivering value from almost 20 years experience in the Supply Chain & Logistics industry. Niki takes pride in providing personalised eCommerce support to clients and mentoring new entrepreneurs.
April McElligott is a buyer at Fulton Market Group, a market leading agricultural supply chain business that procures beef raw material. April graduated with a Bachelor of Food and Agribusiness (Hons I) in 2019 from Sydney University and has since engaged with many supply chain partners to procure and optimise supply chains across Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Middle East and North America. April is also an active and enthusiastic member of SCLAA’s NSW Committee as well as the Women in Supply Chain & Logistics Committee.
Registrations close: 4 March 2021