This is a healthy and fun way to experience how easy it is to talk as you walk alongside others, sharing insights about your business (or career,) your challenges, hopes and dreams. The walk takes about an hour around the Domain.
There will be an opportunity to mix it up, change partners and find out so much more about each other, conversing about the things that matter, as we gently walk and talk. In the event of rain we will grab a coffee and mingle at Little Jardin cafe (https://jardinstjames.com.au/little-jardin).
Whether you are working in Sydney or visiting, all business women are very welcome to register for this in-person "Walk and Talk" subject to the COVID restrictions in place.
This is a FREE monthly event for members and those considering membership, with the opportunity to drop into Little Jardin café after the walk for coffee or breakfast, and to continue the conversation.
Questions? Contact or BWA or our Sydney BWA Walk and Talk Hosting Members:
Joanne Keating: JKeating@rodgersreidy.com.au
Martina Saldi: email@example.com
About Joanne Keating
Joanne Keating is a Registered Liquidator and joined Rodgers Reidy NSW as a Director in 2020. With over twenty years of experience in both the UK and Australian insolvency markets, Joanne deals with all types of corporate insolvency appointments both formal and informal. Joanne's impressive work has involved a broad range of industries. Joanne enjoys spending time with friends and family including going on coastal and bush walks. She has also completed the 100km Oxfam Trail Walk.
About Martina Saldi
Martina is a Premium member of Business Women Australia, an Italian expat living in Sydney, with a professional background in product marketing, sales, and PR. Martina currently works as Security, Compliance, Data and Risk Management Product Marketing Manager at Microsoft ANZ. She was already working for Microsoft back in Italy when she left Milan to explore the World with her husband and fulfill her life dream to live in different Countries. Her journey brought her in Singapore, India, and Japan where she lived for about 4 years and where she got married and had a beautiful baby. In Tokyo, Martina organized large events for the Italian Chamber of Commerce and developed go-to- market strategies for Chamber’s members and Government Institutions across the Country. “Being an expat mum can be tough sometimes, but It totally revolutionized the way I approach life, the challenges and the risks that come with it.”
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