INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY 2021

SHE# was delighted to present our first event of 2021...

We partnered with MYOB to celebrate International Women’s Day on 18th MARCH!

There were team challenges, fun quizzes, and general fun and interactive awesomeness. Attendees brought their A-game along! It was a great event to bring along work colleagues to network and reconnect with others since we hadn’t had the opportunity to meet in person over the last few months!

This event was open to all students and working professionals! Food and Drinks (No Alcohol) were provided!

OUR KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Camilla Weinstein has worked within the talent space for over 15 years and has been with MYOB for almost 4 years as the Talent Lead in New Zealand. She is a mum of 2 boys under 5, and is the Owner of Straw the Line NZ has her side hustle. She’s passionate about Talent, Employer Branding, Inclusion & Diversity, Sustainability and saving the planet one slurp at a time! As well as, spending time with her young family, exploring the world around us, snowboarding and enjoying the finer things in life!

Grant

Grant McIvor is an experienced leader of product development teams. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering and a Master of Business Administration. At MYOB he is Head of Delivery for the Enterprise division where he leads the technology team to deliver ERP and Payroll solutions to help business in the mid-market. When he is not leading technology teams he likes to spend time with his family and keeping fit with a combo of running, gym and yoga.

OUR PANELISTS

Lindsay Brotherton Kilburn

Lindsay Brotherton Kilburn

Lindsay has been with MYOB for almost 6 years moving from Business Analyst to Delivery Manager. Driven to provide a quality solution delivered by engaged and motivated people Lindsay’s words to live by are “we rise by lifting others”.
Topic - I / We will help forge a balance for better by XXX (your own sentence)

Dene Lynch

Dene has over 18 years' combined team leadership, project and software delivery experience within the Fintech, Geospatial, Government and Sport sectors. Her passion is in leadership, coaching, and product delivery utilising Agile methodologies for continuous improvement. She enhance engagement through building collaborative and sustainable teams, while fostering a healthy, fun and productive work culture.

Martin Longley

Digital native, future of work enthusiast, currently helping create exceptional experiences for MYOB Employees through strategic, tactical and operational ownership of all internal digital environments.
Topic - I / We will challenge stereotypes and bias

Taylor Waddington

Taylor Waddington

Taylor has recently completed her studies at the University of Otago. She completed a double degree in Marketing and Information Systems. She has joined the MYOB’s FMA as a Protégé software developer.
Topic - I/We will help forge a more gender balanced world