Sydney Chapter Women in Wealth Networking Breakfast
REGISTRATIONS NOW CLOSED – SOLD OUT!
Wednesday 17 October, 8:30am – 11:00am
The FPA Sydney Chapter invite you to this year’s FPA Women in Wealth networking breakfast – an unmissable opportunity to hear from peace advocate Dr Gill Hicks, who miraculously survived the 2005 London Underground bombings.
Gill was pulled from the wreckage with such severe injuries that she was not expected to live. She lost both her legs below the knee.
In 2007, Gill founded the not for profit organisation M.A.D. for Peace, a platform that connects people globally and encourages ‘us’ to think of Peace as a Verb, something that we have an individual responsibility to ‘do’ every day.
Gill is considered to be one of the world’s most thought-provoking, powerful and life-affirming speakers. You don’t want to miss your opportunity to hear her story at first-hand. All are welcome to attend.
Tickets to this event include complimentary access for your mentee, young planner or student to join you. Please provide the name of your guest, their email, organisation or University to [email protected].
FPA Women in Wealth is presented in partnership with Financial Executive Women (FEW) and is designed to advance the progression of and mentorship opportunities for women in financial planning.
Date: Wednesday 17 October 2018
Time: 8.30am – 11am
Location: Macquarie Bank, Conference Room 1 & 2, 1 Shelley Street, Sydney
Cost: Individual Ticket $85 (incl. GST)
Table of 8 $640 (incl. GST)
Includes presentation by Dr Gill Hicks and breakfast.
CPD: 1 CPD hour will be awarded for this event
As a bonus offer, you can also join founder of FEW, Judith Beck, when she hosts FEW Circle’s discussion group following the event from 11.30am – 12.30pm. FEW’s Circle events are an opportunity to discuss topical issues with your peers. Places are limited.
More about Gill Hicks
An accomplished design curator and publisher, Gill has made it her mission to use her experiences and her new body form to positive effect. In 2008, Gill released her book, One Unknown, named after the chilling label given to her as she arrived to hospital as an unidentified body.
She was recognised with an MBE in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours List (2008-09) for her services to charity, becoming both the Australian of the Year in the UK and Australian Woman of the Year in UK for 2009.
In 2013 Gill welcomed her daughter, Amelie into the world. This, as she describes it, is her finest achievement and greatest acknowledgement of the brilliance and resilience of the human body.
Join in the fun of the Future2 raffle
Make a difference to young Australians in need and go in the draw to win some great prizes by supporting the Future2 raffle. Look out for the FPA Sydney Chapter committee members at the registration table and during the event to purchase your tickets before 10.40am. Cash and credit card payments will be available. All proceeds directly support Future2.
The FPA Women in Wealth Program is presented by FPA and FEW with generous support from Macquarie Bank.
Member = $85.00, Non-Member = $85.00, Table of 8 Member = $640.00, Table of 8 Non-Member = $640.00