International Women's Day | QLD | 1 CPD

  • 12 Mar 2021
  • 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM (AEST)
  • Four PL: Level 20, 300 Queen St, Brisbane
  • 3


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ASCI Leadership Series: International Women's Day

To celebrate International Women's Day, ASCI is hosting an event on the international theme #choosetochallenge which is in line with our annual theme "Decade for Action" - taking action on gender bias, inclusion and celebrating excellence.

As the first quarterly event for the ASCI Leadership Series in 2021, this Q&A with our keynote will hone in specifically on how our expert leaders have challenged and demonstrated:

* excellence in careers

* commitment to continued learning

* commitment to ethical practice within the profession

Keynote Presenter

Linda Venables 

RegPracLog, former Chief Logistics Officer, Metcash & ASCI Director


Linda Venables has over 30 years’ international, operational experience building and leading teams in the UK and Europe, with the last 14 years in Supply Chain in Australia. 

Most recently, Linda demonstrated her strategic leadership as Chief Logistics Officer at Metcash, driving an end-to-end supply chain transformation with her team which included network design, the introduction of automation and enhanced digitisation of vendor partnership transactions.  

Linda has previously held roles on the Australian Food and Grocery Council’s Trading Partner Forum and on the Board of GS1 Australia (barcode standards) along with having played a key role in heavy vehicle transport regulation, Chairing the Australian Logistics Council’s Retail Logistics Safety Committee (RLSC) from 2015 to 2018. 

Linda was the ASCI Individual Award For Excellence recipient in 2019 and is a member of the ASCI NSW Chapter and the ASCI Risk Committee.

The venue and catering for this event is proudly sponsored by ASCI Corporate Member:

We look forward to seeing you there.

Thank you!

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