$110.00 – $725.00
Our exceptional South Australian leaders will share stories of their career opportunities, setbacks, the scary bits and the celebrations. You’ll discover the things they did to shape their success and what each is doing to live their best life today.
It’s the final Opt In and Stand Out forum for 2019 and it promises to be a cracker!
We’re breaking with tradition and hosting it in the afternoon to be followed by networking drinks and nibbles. It is nearly Christmas, after all, so we hope you will be able to hang around and spread the cheer. In fact, why not host a table of colleagues and friends and make a party of the opportunity.
Our goal is to invite inspiring South Australian women who have a compelling story to tell about their own challenges, professional highs (and lows), learnings and dreams for the future. We are VERY excited at the line-up we’re presenting for you on 12th November at Adelaide Oval.
Meet the Speakers
Winemaker, Wine Judge, Mentor, Sparkke Co-founder
In 2001, Rose released her first wine from the family’s 1969 estate called Ulithorne in the McLaren Vale.
Since then, these wines have received enthusiastic praise, such as “these are cult wines” (Decanter) and “Cult wine in the waiting” (Max Allen). Her wines have regularly been awarded the UK Wine Writer Matthew Jukes’ Top 250 Wines of the World, and Top 100 Australian Wines. Jancis Robinson spoke of Rose’s winery as one of the Australian wineries to watch in 2015.
In 2010, Rose packed up her 4 young children and with her husband, artist Sam Harrison, and headed to France to make wines in southern France and on the island of Corsica.
In 2016 Rose sold Ulithorne Wines and began work with co-founder, Kari Allen, to establish The Sparkke Change Beverage Company. The company tackles the entrenched gender stereotypes that dominate the beer and wine industry. Have you heard about Sparkke? Maybe you’ve been to the award winning Whitmore Hotel? Cause in a can?
Rose’s future goals are to continue to make outstanding wines that express the essence of the land.
Lead Sparkke to market maturity, ensuring values remain at the heart of the company.
Be inspiring to others on the possibilities of work and life, especially via Sparkke.
Encourage and inspire others to find their passion and follow it with great intention.
Mayor, Lawyer, Consensus Builder, Mother, Wife, Friend, Daughter, and Feminist.
Amanda Wilson was elected as Councillor for the Somerton Ward in November 2014 and elected Mayor of City of Holdfast Bay in 2018. She is married to Simon and has 3 children.
Earlier in her career she was the Commercial Partner at Adelaide Legal Firm, Board Member for the Education and Early Childhood Services Registration and Standards Board of South Australia, Director Camatta Lempens Lawyers, Solicitor Camatta Lempens Lawyers. Amanda is known for her passion for the the Holdfast Bay area and its community, and including: the environment, assets, community safety, healthy and quality lifestyle for all generations and forging a prosperous local business economy.
Amanda has always been a contradiction – a consensus builder in politics and a mediator/consensus builder/settlement person in law. Both are traditionally male-orientated and, therefore, based in Cartesian reasoning and argument. “I can argue too, but it is not as effective as negotiating and consensus building. I want to engage people in the process and bring them along in the decision making. I want to stay true to my feminism, rather than be changed by the traditionally male way of doing things”.
I tend to be more “ I am what I am” in relation to myself and don’t self analyse a great deal.
Annie Harvey is a lifelong learner, traveller and educator, with a curiosity that has led her career on a winding path from a corporate marketing background in London to changing the way we view personal and organisational well-being in Australia. Annie’s passion is helping others to be better versions of themselves, whether they are corporate leaders or teachers in the classroom.