On behalf of the Fearless Females Group, sponsored by MAS National, Norwood Football Club, Hugh Hamilton Wines and Bespoke HR, it is with great excitement that we share our November event showcasing three incredible women sharing their life and business stories that have made them Fearless.
Join Tammy Barton (Founder, My Budget), Cara Miller (CEO, North Eastern Community Hospital) and Melissa Librandi (Managing Director, News Ltd SA/WA&NT) in conversation with Jess Adamson in a spectacular setting overlooking Norwood Football Oval.
Canapes & wines included
Dress: Corporate/smart casual
$50 per ticket with proceeds to pay-it-forward & support upcoming female founders to attend the 2024 SouthStart conference. If our last event is anything to go by, tickets will sell out so be quick to book! Extend an invitation to your team, colleagues and friends. We welcome those inside and outside the Fearless Females Network. No limit on ticket number purchases.
No refunds after 10.11.23
Tammy Barton – Founder, My Budget
Tammy Barton, Founder and Director of MyBudget, Australia’s leading personal budget service, is one of Australia’s most influential business women.
Tammy has won multiple awards including Telstra Business Woman of the Year twice, Ernst & Young’s ‘Young’ Entrepreneur of the Year and was acknowledged by Australian Financial Review in their 100 Women of Influence Awards. She has held advisory roles with BankSA and the Adelaide Economic Development Agency.
Recently, Tammy co-founded MyHomeBuild, with aspirations to become South Australia’s most trusted custom home builder. Committed to promoting financial responsibility in the community, Tammy remains active in the business community.
Cara Miller – CEO, North Eastern Community Hospital
Focused on better health outcomes for South Australians, she is known as a disrupter in her industry whilst supporting the core values of healthcare delivery.
As the first female, non-Radiologist founder of a private radiology practice here in SA, she grew the business with the mantra of “what is best for her team, means is best for her patients”.
Regulation and compliance are certainly core values which sees her sitting on AHPRA’s Medical Radiation Practice Board for over 7 years and now is the National Board Chair. Taking her passion for healthcare and governance, she currently is the CEO of North Eastern Community Hospital and Aged Care facility.
A Telstra Business Woman of the Year finalist as well as a finalist in Ernst Young Entrepreneur of the year, she is recognised as a leader that embraces change to deliver results.
Melissa Librandi – Managing Director, News Ltd SA/WA&NT
Managing Director, News Corp Australia, SA, NT and WA and ardent advocate for the power of data and creativity.
From marketing to football to media and more, Melissa Librandi has been at the heart of some of South Australia’s most dynamic and visible sectors. As Managing Director, News Corp Australia, SA, NT and WA, she’s bringing a revitalised energy as well as digital focus to the news business and is a firm believer in the power of personalisation and stories in building brands.
A passionate ambassador for growth industries and highly regarded as a disruptive strategist, she not only champions the power of using data to build strong connections but is genuinely excited by enabling a culture of creativity, innovation, inspiration and continuous learning.