Celebrating our 2022 Brilliant Women in Digital Health Award recipients with guest speaker Jamila Rizvi
Recognising 25 women for their contributions in health and aged care
Twenty-five award recipients in our 2022 Brilliant Women in Digital Health Awards will be recognised on Thursday 13 October at events in Melbourne, Sydney and online.
Colleagues from the digital health, health and aged care sectors are invited to attend the free networking style event over drinks and canapes.
While this event aims to inspire, connect and celebrate women in digital health, we welcome people of all genders.
Guest speaker Jamila Rizvi
Jamila Rizvi is Deputy Managing Director of Future Women. She is a best-selling author for adults and children, a columnist for The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald and co-host of The Briefing podcast. Jamila previously advised the Australian Government on gender equality, child care, media and employment. She has been named in the Australian Financial Review’s 100 Women of Influence and is a 2020 Women and Leadership Australia award winner. Jamila is a board member of the Wheeler Centre, and an ambassador for PLAN International and the Royal Melbourne Hospital Neuroscience Foundation. Jamila lives and works on Wurundjeri country in Melbourne, with her husband Jeremy, 7-year-old son Rafi, Sonny the dog and a lot of unfinished lockdown craft projects.
When: Thursday 13 October, 5.30-8pm
What: Join us for a networking style event to celebrate our 25 award recipients over drinks and canapes.
Where: Telstra Customer Insights Centre
- Sydney, Level 2, 400 George Street
- Melbourne, Level 1, 242 Exhibition Street
- The keynote address will also be live streamed for those unable to attend in person
RSVP is essential for this complimentary event. Please confirm your attendance below by Wednesday 5 October.
For any enquiries regarding this event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the awards
Now in its second year, the awards were open to women from all stages of their careers, across the diverse areas of the health and aged care sectors.
For more information about the awards program and our judges, see here.
To find out more or join our Brilliant Connected Women in Digital Health Network, see here.