Women’s Infrastructure Network

Women’s Infrastructure Network (WIN)

Infrastructure Partnerships Australia is proud to host a dedicated series of events, in cooperation with the global Women’s Infrastructure Network (WIN).
The Women’s Infrastructure Network was established in 2008 in the United States as an informal forum in which participants in the infrastructure industry could meet and help shape the infrastructure agenda in the US. Since 2008, multiple groups have been established across the USA, Canada and the United Kingdom.
The primary objective of the Australian Chapter is the creation of opportunities for women in infrastructure to increase their visibility, professional network and contribute to discussions on issues relevant to the national infrastructure sector.
Our WIN event series provides meaningful opportunities to create strong networks of contacts and facilitate collaboration between the public and private sectors.

 

Joining WIN

WIN convenes a series of topic-specific events with speakers relevant to the national infrastructure sector. We encourage anyone interested in receiving material related to the series, including event invitations, to register their interest by emailing win@infrastructure.org.au.

 

Advisory Committee

Dr Kerry Schott | Chair of Moorebank Intermodal Company, Director of NBN Co. and Deputy Chair of IPA
Lyn O’Connell | Deputy Secretary of the Australian Government’s Department of Agriculture and Water Resources
Elana Rubin | Director of Mirvac Group Ltd, NAB Wealth/MLC, PPB Advisory and the Federal Government’s Infrastructure Australia Council and Climate Change Authority
Kerrie Mather | Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Sydney Airport

 

Steering Committee

Julie-Anne Mizzi | Principal, Head of Social Infrastructure & Aged Care, AMP Capital Investors
Susan Orr | Consultant, JANA Investments Pty Limited
Karina Marcar | Partner, Johnson Winter and Slattery Lawyers
Diana Callebaut | Manager – Infrastructure, Investment Strategy, Cbus
Shannon Cotter | Partner, EY