Visiting WA

Australian Sporting Icon and Board Member of Pacific Dunlop Ltd, Sydney Olympic Park Authority, and Richmond Football Club, Herb Elliott, July 24, to speak at a combined Association of Consulting Engineers Australia, Master Builders Association, Royal Australian Institute of Architects and Property Council of Australia networking luncheon.

Sisters of the Community of the Church, London UK, Mother Superior, Sister Anita CSC, July 24 to attend the Parkerville Children's Home, Centenary Dinner at St George's Cathedral.

Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies, head of terrorism research, and one of the World’s most influential authorities on international terrorism, Rohan Gunaratna, July 24, to speak at an Institute for Research into International Competitiveness business economics forum. 

SingTel Optus, chief operating officer, Paul O’Sullivan, July 30, to speak at an Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce luncheon.

Coffs Harbour City Council, mayor, Cr Jenny Bonnfield; Baptist Minister and practising solicitor, Reverend Tim Costello; Author and a leading authority on boards, Dr John Carver; Peninsula Health, managing director and chairperson, Stella Axarlis AM, August 1-5, to speak at the Western Australian Local Government Association 2003 Convention.

Baptist Minister, social commentator and practising solicitor, Reverend Tim Costello, August 4, to speak at an Australian Institute of Management luncheon.

Australian National University, associate professor of sociology, Dr Andrew Hopkins; Newmont Mining Corporation USA, vice president operational development - health and safety, Paul Dowd, August 27-28, to speak at the SafetyWA 2003 Conference.

RMIT University, Centre for Excellence in Digital Design, director, Di Fleming, September 10, to speak at an Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce luncheon.

World-renowned economist, multi-millionaire software entrepreneur and the author of five best-selling books, Paul Zane Pilzer, September 11, to speak at the Wellness The Next Trillion Dollar Industry Seminar.

David & Lucile Packard Foundation USA, Ocean Conservation Program head, Michael Sutton; former Rector of the Norwegian College of Fishery Science University of Tromsø, Dr Bjørn Hersoug; Meridian Aquatic Technology USA, director of engineering, Dr Roderick McNeil; Imperial College London, professor of food marketing, Dr David Hughes; New Zealand Ministry of Fisheries, senior manager, Michael Arbuckle; Australian Seafood Industry Council, chief executive, Russ Neal; Fisheries Research and Development Corporation, executive director, Peter Dundas-Smith, September 17-18, to speak at Seafood Directions 2003. 

University of Birmingham UK, professor of Human Geography and Mercia Institute of Enterprise, academic director, Professor Mike Taylor; California Association for Local Economic Development USA, president and chief executive officer, Wayne Schell, September 29 – October 1, to speak at the 27th Australia and New Zealand Regional Science Association International Annual Conference. 

Harvard Business School, executive education chair, and Yale University, professor - school of management, Professor David Collis, Yale University School of Management, associate dean executive programs, and Chief Executive Leadership Institute, founder, chief executive officer and president, Professor Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, November 2 – 5, to speak at an Australian Institute of Management Senior Executive Forum.

International Council of Nurses president Dr Christine Hancock; University of Technology NSW Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery and Health professor of nursing in corrections Dr Mary Chiarella; Toronto Sunnybrook Regional Cancer Clinic head of oncology nursing and supportive care and co-director of the Psychosocial and Behavioural Research Unit Dr Margaret Fitch; St Jude Children’s Research Hospital USA director of nursing Dr Pam Hinds; Chinese University of Hong Kong Professor Diane Lee; University of Arizona College of Nursing professor and associate dean for research Dr Linda Phillips, November 11-14, to speak at the 1st International Congress on Innovations in Nursing.

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