Join us at our inaugural International Women’s Day Luncheon for a celebration of women’s achievement, and hear first-hand the incredible story of Susan Alberti AC.
Susan is a philanthropist and businesswoman who, throughout the course of her extraordinary career, has smashed stereotypes and rejected discrimination and inequality to #BreakTheBias.
Several other powerhouse women – including Julie Murphy from Palliative Care South East and Sue Williams from Cabrini Health – will also be joining Susan on stage for a discussion on how we can all stand together to break biases in our workplaces and communities.
This not to be missed event is open to everyone in our community, however places are strictly limited with bookings required in advance.
Date & Time
Wednesday, March 2
12:00 pm – 2:00 pm*
Brighton Beach Hotel
4 The Esplanade, Brighton VIC 3186
$85 +GST per person
$680 +GST table of 8
Each booking includes a delectable two course meal, drinks, and event goodie bag. Plus, the opportunity to win one of many lucky door prizes and network and swap stories with fellow event attendees.
*Event presentations will close by 1:30 pm, with optional networking and photo opportunities to follow from 1:30 pm – 2:00 pm.
In the event that the luncheon is postponed to an alternate date and you cannot make this date, your ticket can be refunded.
Your Health and Safety
As per the current government regulations in Victoria, to attend this event, you will need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide evidence of your vaccination status upon entry.
This event and attendance will also be subject to other COVID-19 protection measures, including capacity limits and density quotients relevant to the venue and check-in requirements (e.g., using QR codes).
This position is subject to regular review as are all the details of this event, and they may change if circumstances or government directives related to COVID-19 change between now and March 2022. We will keep you informed of any developments that affect the event and your attendance.
Susan Alberti AC has forged paths in areas traditionally dominated by men. She was the co-founder and managing director of a large building company, the chairman of her own medical research foundation and the ambassador for the National Women’s Football League.
Through the Susan Alberti Medical Research Foundation, she has helped raise more than $200 million towards finding a cure for type 1 diabetes after her daughter Danielle, a diabetes sufferer, died from complications arising from the chronic disease.
A trailblazer in women’s football, Susan Alberti AC has been instrumental in the formation of a National Women’s Football League as well as the success of the Western Bulldogs Football Club.
Susan was named Melbournian of the Year in 2017. The year prior she was awarded the Companion of the Order of Australia (AC) Award in recognition of her service to the community.