Women's Agenda Leadership Awards | NAB

Congratulations to the 2013 Winners of the

NAB Women's Agenda Leadership Awards

EMERGING ENTREPRENEUR of the year

Monica Meldrum

Founder, Whole Kids

EMERGING LEADER in the private sector

Megan Dalla-Camina

Director of Strategy, IBM Australia and NZ

EMERGING LEADER in the public or not-for-profit sector

Dr Kimberley Clayfield

Executive Manager of Space Sciences and Technology, CSIRO

REGIONAL/RURAL entrepreneur or manager of the year

Alison Page

Saltwater Freshwater Arts Alliance

THE AGENDA setter

Destroy the Joint

Keep Calm and Destroy the Joint

INSPIRATIONAL AMBASSADOR award

Professor Megan Davis

Expert Member on the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues

CHANGE CHAMPION award

Sally Macindoe

Partner and Head of Diversity, Norton Rose Australia

Congratulations to the winners of the NAB Women's Agenda Leadership Awards. These individuals have demonstrated innovation, leadership on inspiring the next generation and a strong commitment to creating change for the future.

Thank you also to our finalists and all women who entered these awards. Selecting these winners was not an easy task for our judges. The calibre of all our nominees should serve as a reminder that Australian women are at the forefront of change, leading a shift in diversity, flexibility and leadership that will see "work" in the future finally work for women.

We encourage you all to enter again in 2014.

Congratulations to the 2013 Winners of the

NAB Women's Agenda Leadership Awards

Tara Moss

Novelist, TV Presenter, Journalist

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Helen McCabe

Editor in Chief, Australian Women's Weekly

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Wendy McCarthy

Chair, Circus Oz, McGrath Estate Agents, Headspace (Australia's National Youth Mental Health Foundation), Pacific Friends of the Global Foundation; Patron of the Australian Reproductive Health Alliance

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Nareen Young

CEO, Diversity Council of Australia

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Yolanda Vega

CEO, Australian Women Chamber of Commerce

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Jane Caro

Social commentator, Writer & Lecturer; Board Member NSW Public Education Foundation; Bell Shakespeare

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Sam Mostyn

Non-executive director, Transurban Citibank Australia, Virgin Australia, Commissioner AFL; Board Member, Diversity Council of Australia, Sydney Theatre Company, Australian Volunteers International; President, The Australian Museum

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Peter Strong

Executive Director Council of Small Business of Australia Retailer; Former consultant to The World Bank

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Jacinta Carboon

Head of Women's Markets, NAB

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Kath Walters

Editor, LeadingCompany

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Congratulations to the winners of the NAB Women's Agenda Leadership Awards. These individuals have demonstrated innovation, leadership on inspiring the next generation and a strong commitment to creating change for the future.

Thank you also to our finalists and all women who entered these awards. Selecting these winners was not an easy task for our judges. The calibre of all our nominees should serve as a reminder that Australian women are at the forefront of change, leading a shift in diversity, flexibility and leadership that will see "work" in the future finally work for women.

We encourage you all to enter again in 2014.

Congratulations to the 2013 Winners of the

NAB Women's Agenda Leadership Awards

Emerging Entrepreneur of the year
Anita Lincolne-Lomax Babes in Arms
Tessa Court IntelligenceBank
Alison HardacreHealthKit
Monica MeldrumWhole Kids
Emerging Leader in the private sector
Milo-Arne Peady Head of Academy & Education, AMP Financial Planning
Megan Dalla-Camina Director of Strategy, IBM Australia and NZ
Antoinette Totta Network Manager, Diversity & Inclusion, NAB
Melanie Brock Regional Manager – Japan, Meat & Livestock Australia
Emerging Leader in the public or not-for-profit sector
Layne Beachley Founder & Director, Aim for the Stars Foundation
Dr Kimberley Clayfield Executive Manager of Space Sciences and Technology, CSIRO
Natalie Collard Chief Executive Officer, Australian Dairy Famers Limited
Claire Mallinson National Director, Amnesty International Australia
Natalie Isaacs CEO and Founder, 1 Million Women
Jane Hunt CEO, Fitted for Work
Female Regional/Rural entrepreneur or manager of the year
Eliza Brown All Saints Estate and St Leonard's Vineyard
Alison Page Saltwater Freshwater Arts Alliance
Margot Spalding Jimmy Possum
Jo Scard Fifty Acres - The Communications Agency
The Agenda setter
Jen Dalitz Owner, the SheEO
Dr Cathy Foley Chief of Materials Science and Engineering, CSIRO
Destroy the Joint (Collective Entry)
Inspirational Ambassador award
Megan Dalla-Camina Director of Strategy, IBM Australia & NZ
Samantha Gash Lawyer, League of Extraordinary Women and Baker & McKenzie
Julie Shuttleworth General Manager, Barrick Gold Australia
Megan Davis Expert Member on the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
Naomi Simson Founding Director, RedBalloon
Change Champion award
Julie Shuttleworth General Manager, Barrick Gold Australia
Professor Marian Baird Director of the Women + Work Research Group, the University of Sydney
Sally Macindoe Partner and Head of Diversity, Norton Rose Australia
Claire Braund Executive Director, Women on Boards

Congratulations to the winners of the NAB Women's Agenda Leadership Awards. These individuals have demonstrated innovation, leadership on inspiring the next generation and a strong commitment to creating change for the future..

Thank you also to our finalists and all women who entered these awards. Selecting these winners was not an easy task for our judges. The calibre of all our nominees should serve as a reminder that Australian women are at the forefront of change, leading a shift in diversity, flexibility and leadership that will see "work" in the future finally work for women.

We encourage you all to enter again in 2014.

Important Dates

NOMINATIONS CLOSED: 31 Jan 2013
FINALISTS SELECTED: 7 Feb 2013
PUBLIC VOTING OPEN:
(Agenda Setter only)
11 Feb 2013 - 22 Feb 2013
WINNERS ANNOUNCED: 8 Mar 2013

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