Friday 5 November, 12 - 1pm
Zoom details emailed the day prior. For personal use only and must not be distributed
This lunchtime webinar opportunity will cover:
Overview of the Put Her Name on It Campaign journey
Why public place recognition equality?
The public place recognition current state from global to local
The role of LG in creating public place recognition equality.
The 5-step approach LGA can adopt to plan for and create public place recognition equality.
Sharing of local government case studies – Bass Coast, City of Melbourne.
Attendees will walk away with:
An understanding of the public place recognition current state
An understanding of the role of LG in creating public place recognition equality
The 5 steps LGA can take to plan for and create public place recognition equality.
Who should attend?
Place naming - responsible officers, committee members, executive/managers where place naming responsibilities sit.
Gender Equality – responsible officers, gender impact assessments leads or GE Act responsible officers
Diversity & Inclusion – officers
Officers responsible for new developments, sports facilities, property management, archives, cultural diversity, etc.
Other interested staff members
About the Presenter:
Kerry is a transformative public sector and community leader creating environments that foster access, equity, sustainability and participation for more than 25 years.
Physical activity and gender equality are Kerry’s key focus areas and driving systemic change in government and public place naming and recognition are high priorities.
Being an averred traveller has helped shape her appreciation of the impact our environment, public places and attitudes have on our wellbeing which is central to her approach.
Kerry is highly strategic, collaborative, energetic and well networked and is known for her tenacity to drive organisational excellence, positive and enduring outcomes and ‘make things happen’.
She has led large scale, longer term, multi-dimensional policy and planning across portfolios such as physical activity, gender equity and prevention of violence against women, environmental sustainability, engagement, health and wellbeing and active transport. Her change management and business transformation experience together with driving the development of high performing teams and culture have been instrumental to her achievements.
Kerry is a freelance consultant, board director and volunteer. She is a founding member of Women in Gippsland, cofounder the Put Her Name On It Campaign and previously cofounder of the Advertising (in)Equality project (shEqual).