AIM WA Inspirational Leader Series Breakfast - Dr Anne Aly MP FAIM
16 May 2017
AIM WA Leadership Centre
76 Birkdale Street
"Look outside the square for inspiration. The most inspiring people aren't always on the covers of magazines."
The Inspirational Leader Series Breakfast offers our members and guests an exclusive insight to the personal journeys of inspiring leaders. Well-known leaders share their unique story and offer thoughts on important factors of successful leadership gained from their personal experience.
Join us for breakfast as Anne shares her personal leadership story.
Individual places and table bookings available.
Reserve a Table:
To reserve a table of 10, please contact Sema Kerr on 9383 8056 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
A table of 10 guests is $680.
About the Speaker: Dr Anne Aly MP FAIM, Labor Federal Member for Cowan
Dr Anne Aly is the Labor Federal Member for Cowan elected in 2016. Anne’s background is as a Professor, Academic and Practitioner in the fields of counter terrorism and counter radicalisation. She has published over 50 articles and texts on terrorism and related issues, and is the author and editor of five books. Prior to becoming an academic, she worked in government policy. Anne is the founder of Australia’s first non-government organisation to combat violent extremism. People against Violent Extremism (PaVE) is a not-for-profit organisation that developed a social media campaign against violent extremism and delivered a series of hackathons to harness young people’s skills and talents to address issues in their communities.
Anne’s contributions to national and international security have been recognised internationally. In 2015, she was the only Australian civil society representative to be invited to speak at President Obama’s White House Summit on CVE. Later that year, she was again the only Australian representative to participate in the Club de Madrid +10 policy dialogues. Anne has also been an expert adviser to the United Nations Security Council and has participated in experts’ meetings.
In 2011, Anne was inducted into the WA Women’s Hall of Fame. In 2014, she was named one of Australia’s 100 most Influential Women by Westpac/Fin Review. In 2016 she was awarded the Instyle Woman of Style award in the category of Community and Charity, and was nominated for the Australian of the Year and received the prestigious Australian Security Medal.
Australian Institute of Management WA
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