Holly Ransom

First speaker announced for 2016 CBAA Conference

Helen Henry, 18th May 2016
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The CBAA is excited to announced the first speaker for our annual conference, coming up in November in Melbourne, Victoria.

What does positive change look like and how can it be led successfully? Who is holding back change in your station and who is driving it forward? At the 2016 CBAA Conference, Holly Ransom will explore the challenges that change poses to us as community broadcasters.

Holly will draw on her wealth of experience as the CEO of Emergent, one of the AFR’s 100 Most Influential Australian Women, Young Western Australian of the Year and Young Volunteer of the Year, the Chairperson of the G20 Youth Summit, Co-Chair of the UN's Global Coalition of Young Women Entrepreneurs and the youngest ever female Director of an Australian Football League (AFL) Club (Port Adelaide Football Club).

Want to attend the conference?

Was your station represented at the 2015 CBAA Conference? If so, you're eligible for our special super earlybird rate. Only available until 29 May, don't miss out on this opportunity to save. Otherwise, our earlybird registrations will open at the end of May - register here for updates.

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