AWA TAS Where the Waters Meet State Conference 2021

AWA TAS Where the Waters Meet State Conference 2021
DON'T MISS the Tasmanian state conference, Where the Waters Meet including full day conference proceedings, industry breakfast and trade exhibition

The event will be held on Thursday, 26 August 2021 with an overarching theme of Resourcing our Water Future, we look forward showcasing projects and programs addressing:
- Circular Economy
- Catchment Management
- Community engagement and Workforce Development 
- Delivering assets for the future

Date: Thursday, 26 August 20021
Registration Close: Thursday, 19 August 2021
Venue:
Wrest Point Exhibition and Convention Centre, Sandy Bay Rd, Hobart
Agenda:
Industry Breakfast 6.45am - 8.30am
Trade Exhibition 8.30am - 5.00pm
Conference 8.45am - 5.30pm 

The conference will again feature a split stream program to enable greater depth of content in topical areas and more opportunity for presenters.

Keynote Speaker Announced



Kathryn Fagg AO

Kathryn is a respected and experienced Director and Chair, with extensive senior commercial and operational leadership experience across a range of industries. Currently, Kathryn is Chair of Boral, Deputy Board Chair of CSIRO and a Non-Executive Director of both National Australia Bank and Djerriwarrh Investments Limited. In the for-purpose sector, Kathryn is Chair of the Breast Cancer Network Australia, as well as a Director of The Myer Foundation, the Grattan Institute and the Champions of Change Coalition. She is a former President of Chief Executive Women, a former Chair of Parks Victoria and the Melbourne Recital Centre, and a former Board member of the Australian Centre for Innovation. Kathryn is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering. 

In addition to her engineering degree, Kathryn holds an MCom in Organisational Behaviour with Honours from the University of NSW, which has also awarded her an honorary Doctor of Business and the Ada Lovelace Medal in 2017, which recognises an outstanding woman engineer. She was a recipient of the University of Queensland's Inaugural Vice-Chancellor's Alumni Excellence Award in 2013 and the University also awarded her an honorary Doctor of Chemical Engineering. Kathryn was made an Officer of the Order of Australia in June 2019 for distinguished service to business and finance, to the central banking, logistics and manufacturing sectors, and to women. 

Registration Fees

Registration Type

Member

Non-Member

Member – Conference Registration + Breakfast

$425

N/A

Member – Conference Registration

$360

$505

Member – Breakfast Only

$80

$110

Member - Breakfast Only Corporate Table of 8
*See further instructions below

$600

N/A

Non-Member - Conference Registration + 1 Year AWA Professional Membership

N/A

$610

Young Water Professional

$300

*All registration fees are inclusive of GST

How to register
Please select one of the relevant stores below to proceed to the registration page - Member rates apply to AWA Professional Members and/or employees of Corporate Members. If you wish to book a Corporate Table for the Breakfast, see further instructions below.

Member Store
Non-Member Store

I would like to book a Corporate Table of 8 for the Breakfast
To book a Corporate Table of 8, please follow the link below and make sure to add 8 tickets to your order.

Book a Corporate Table of 8 for Breakfast


Need more information?
Conference, EOI, Registration
Natasha Stapleton - Member Engagement Manager - Tasmania at nstapleton@awa.asn.au or 0438 246 400
Tomo Okai - Events Manager - tokai@awa.asn.au or 02 9467 8434

Sponsorship
Elana Huthnance, National Membership and Sponsorship Manager at ehuthnance@awa.asn.au or 0401 807 221

Trade Exhibition
Steve Comey, Senior Exhibition Manager at scomey@awa.asn.au or 0414 919 424

Thank you to our Sponsors

Principal Partner



Gold Partners

        

Silver Partners

         


Breakfast Partner 




Lunch Partner


When:
26/08/2021 7:00 AM - 26/08/2021 5:00 PM

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