The University of Sydney, Australia’s Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO), and defence contractor Raytheon Australia have announced their commitment to women in STEM fields. The three organisations are inaugural Champions of the Women in STEM Decadal Plan, launched earlier this year by the Australian Academy of Science. The plan sims to present a shared … Continue reading Champions announced for Women in STEM Decadal Plan
We would like to thank all attendees and finalists for joining us at this year’s Women in Industry Awards. It was amazing to celebrate and promote the achievements of so many women in industry, and we hope to see you all next year. Through much deliberation, the judges decided on 10 winners: Rising Star … Continue reading Congratulations to the winners of this year’s Women in Industry Awards
The Women in Industry Awards have launched for another year, focusing on women excelling across a number of fields.
Manufacturers’ Monthly, Australian Mining and Pace are proud to announce finalists for the 2015 Women in Industry Awards have been selected from a list of impressive candidates.
Women are consistently achieving greatness in their chosen fields within the mining, engineering and manufacturing industries and we think their talent should be acknowledged.
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The Women in Industry Awards 2015 have officially launched.
Over 150 people turned out for the inaugural 2014 Women in Industry Awards dinner in June, where ladies from the mining, manufacturing and engineering sectors were rewarded and recognised for their career achievements.
Construction contract firm Brookfield Multiplex has won the 2014 Employer of the Year Award for its commitment to ensuring diversity is promoted within its ranks.
For her delivery of a no-cost online mentoring service, Natasha Cann has received the 2014 Women in Industry Award for Mentor of the Year Award.
In recognition of her stellar career in the mining industry, Julie Shuttleworth has taken out the 2014 Women in Industry Award for Excellence in Mining.
For her dedicated work in advocating Australia’s space industry to the world, Naomi Mathers has won the 2014 Women in Industry, Industry Advocacy Award.
For her passion to see women in the mining industry thrive, and for going out of her way to do something about it, Natasha Cann has been awarded to 2014 Women in Industry Social Leader Award.
For her work in helping to build a support organisation for miners and their families through the not-for-profit organisation Miners’ Promise, Cassandra White was awarded the 2014 Women in Industry Rising Star Award.
Being a driving force behind the development of an entirely new product range has seen Jacky Magid walk away with the 2014 Women in Industry’s BDM of the Year award.
Over 150 people turned out for the inaugural 2014 Women in Industry Awards on Wednesday night where ladies from across the mining, manufacturing and engineering sectors were rewarded and recognised.
With the judges decisions handed down all there is left to do is chill the champagne for the inaugural 2014 Women in Industry Awards being held at Establishment in Sydney tonight.
Manufacturers’ Monthly, Pace and Australian Mining are proud to announce finalists for the inaugural Women in Industry Awards have been selected from a list of impressive candidates.
You now have until May 1 to nominate women doing great work in your company.
Are there women in your business doing amazing work? Get your nominations in for the 2014 Women in Industry Awards.