EEAA 2021 International Women’s Day Power Session

When4 - 4 March 2021
Event Type Consumer

The Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia (EEAA) invites you to join us virtually for the EEAA 2021 International Women’s Day Power Session on Thursday, 4 March 2021. Every year, the EEAA honours the women of our industry by getting together and talking about how we can create a gender equal world. This year, we have taken our event VIRTUAL to give everyone in our industry an opportunity to come together and celebrate the valuable contribution of women in business events.

Gather your friends and colleagues and join us for a Power Session that will leave you inspired and motivated ! The theme for International Women's Day is #ChoosetoChallenge, its core message is: A challenged world is an alert world and from challenge comes change.

Our inspirational keynote speaker, Simone Allan, Founder and Director from the Women's Resilience Centre, will talk about the amazing work her organisation does in helping change the legacies of women and their families who have experienced domestic abuse, trauma and violence.

With this year’s theme of #ChoosetoChallenge, we will shine a light on the disparity with the lack of women in leadership particularly in exhibitions, with males in senior management and executive while employees are predominantly female. We will be launching a survey to understand more about the industry dynamics at the event.

Joining Simone on the panel:

  • Marie Kinsella, Chief Executive Officer, International Exhibition & Conference Group
  • Stephanie Selesnick, President, International Trade Information, Inc
  • Peggy Reevell, Head of Operations, Australian Council for Educational Leaders (ACEL)

Our Power Session is proudly brought to you by our Major Event Partner, Connected Event Group. We thank the Connected Event Group for generously supporting our truly meaningful event.

The Association proudly supports UN Women and Fitted for Work.


EEAA 2020 International Women's Day Power Session

Date: Thursday, 4 March 2021

Time: 12.00pm to 1.30pm

Location: virtual

Cost: Free