‘Breaking the Gender Code’ author Danielle Dobson will be the keynote speaker at this year’s nationwide Women in Print Breakfast Series. WiP has also expanded to Hobart and named Sam Dobie, creative director of Inclusive Creatives, as its first Patron for Tasmania.


58f685f5a2c06821697fcb90d3b3ee34 XL 2052389102The Women in Print Breakfast Series 2023 has officially been launched with event dates locked in across the month of May, along with this year's keynote speaker, Danielle Dobson (pictured) who will headline the Series exploring her book ‘Breaking the Gender Code.'

“Danielle is a speaker, author, facilitator and mother. As a CPA with extensive corporate experience, Danielle wanted to make a difference and commenced a two-year research piece across male and female leaders coping with professional work-life balance," WiP said. "Her findings formed a book, Breaking the Gender Code, which will be the topic for discussion."

Tickets to the event will be on sale shortly.

Screen Shot 2023 03 08 at 11.23.29 amWomen in Print is also expanding in Hobart this year, with the industry body extending its national focus.

"The Patron for Tasmania has also been announced, with a person well-known across the industry.  Sam Dobie (pictured), former Diemen Awards Chair and Creative Director of Inclusive Creatives, has been formally endorsed by the Women in Print Board and will take up the reigns of the new Tasmanian chapter," WiP said. 

Media Super is inviting WiP members to attend a Women and Super  webinar on Thursday 16 March at 7pm AEDT and Monday 20 March at 12pm AEDT.

Topics include: facts about women; super and retirement; why women accumulate less super; changes that are coming; and how you can boost your super and close the gap.

WiP advised members: "Make sure to register and not miss out on this amazing educational opportunity. Webinars are provided as part of your membership, so there’s no cost to attend.”



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