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Amplifying the Voices of the Next Generation of Women Leaders

  • 10 Oct 2018
  • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM (AEDT)
  • Work Club Global - SYDNEY BARANGAROO Level 6, 201 Kent Street, Sydney


  • Enjoy your first drink on us, additional items for purchase at the bar

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The League is thrilled to be hosting its inaugural Australia signature event in association with the 2018 AIEC conference.  It is expected to be a night of professional networking with colleagues from near and far that are wanting to make a positive impact in global education.  In keeping with the theme of AIEC, "Empowering a New Generation", the League is eager to amplify the positive energy that this event promises to generate. This event is free to members/non-members and we will shout you the first drink of the night.  This evening has been graciously sponsored by these amazing organizations:

  • The University of Minnesota
  • Central Queensland University
  • ISEP 

plus....a conference session

CONFERENCE CAFE SESSION: Redefining the role of women in leadership for the next generation Wednesday, 10 October 3:45 - 5:15pm, Room: C2.2-3

Mr. Kirk Doyle, Australian Catholic University

Ms. Dawn Hewitt, ISEP

Dr. Kirrilee Hughes, AFS Intercultural Programs Australia

Dr. Martha Johnson, University of Minnesota

Dr. Davina Potts, University of Melbourne

Ms. Kadi Taylor, Navitas

Overview: How can we embrace and nurture the diversity across our professional environments, particularly in supporting the development of the next generation of female leaders in the field? This forum will briefly reflect on a closing message of the AIEC 2017 session that posed a challenge to participants to “contribute to the advancement of women in leadership in some way in the coming year – however great or small”.

Representing a range of professional backgrounds and levels of experience, each presenter will briefly share their own contribution(s) to this challenge within the context of ‘leading from where you are’. These reflections will segue into inviting delegates to participate by sharing their own contribution(s) in a 3–5 minute limelight-style format.


Our members come from different backgrounds, abilities, levels of experience, and parts of the world. Our goal is to embrace this diversity and encourage relationships across generations and experience levels for the benefit of all involved. 

The Global Leadership League was started by a group of women in the field of international education for the purposes of advancing women’s leadership skills, knowledge, and connections.


Our Mission

The mission of the Global Leadership League is to ignite change across the global education field by empowering, connecting, and training leaders.  Become a Member