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AIM Outstanding Leaders Series: Ethical Leadership

Join the Australian Institute of Managment for an informative luncheon as their Chief Executive, David Pich FAIM, moderates a panel discussion exploring Ethical Leadership. The AIM Outstanding Leaders Series is designed to showcase pre-eminent leaders, sharing key learnings that have defined their career success.

The AIM Outstanding Leaders Series is designed to showcase pre-eminent leaders, sharing key learnings that have defined their career success.

Ethical Leadership

In a signature leadership event, the Australian Institute of Management is proud to exclusively host:

  • Her Excellency Ms Unni Kløvstad Ambassador of Norway to Australia
  • Hannah Wandel AIMe CEO, Country to Canberra
  • Janelle Weissman 
Executive Director, 
UN Women National Committee Australia

COST

Members $125 each

Non-Members $150 each

The Panellists

Her Excellency Ms Unni Kløvstad, Ambassador of Norway to Australia

Unni Kløvstad is a career diplomat who has served in the Norwegian Foreign Service for over two decades. She has extensive international experience in Security and Defence policy, NATO cooperation, and Norwegian United Nations policy.

Most recently, she held the position of Director, Head of Section for Security Policy and North America at the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, where she was responsible for NATO cooperation, UN peacekeeping, bilateral relations to the USA and Canada, as well as security sector reform and global security challenges.

Prior to 2009, as Minister Counsellor to the Norwegian Mission to the European Union in Brussels, Ms Kløvstad coordinated the mission’s work on the EU’s foreign and security policy, including security and defense policy.

She has previously held the position of Second Secretary to the Permanent Mission of Norway to the UN in New York, as well as First Secretary to the Norwegian Mission to NATO in Brussels.

Hannah Wandel AIMe CEO, Country to Canberra (pictured)

Hannah Wandel is a social entrepreneur, a gender equality advocate, and the founder and CEO of Country to Canberra: a national not-for-profit organisation that empowers young rural women to reach their leadership potential. She was named one of Australia’s ‘100 Women of Influence’ by the Australian Financial Review/Westpac in 2015, won a 2015 Layne Beachley Aim for the Stars Scholarship, was a 2015 Finalist in the ACT Young Woman of the Year Award and was a 2016 NSW/ACT RIRDC Rural Women’s Award Finalist – the first-ever Canberran in the award’s 16-year history.

Hannah is a Board Director at YWCA Canberra, a World Economic Forum Global Shaper and is a UN Youth and Gender Equality Taskforce member. She’s a Social Policy Adviser at the Department of Prime Minister & Cabinet, and prior to that, worked at the Department of Defence and as a broadcast journalist. She is a media commentator about gender, youth, and rural affairs and presents at events around Australia.

Janelle Weissman, Executive Director, UN Women National Committee Australia

For more than 20 years, Janelle Weissman has worked to strengthen social justice nonprofits tackling issues from women’s empowerment to preventing HIV/AIDS. In her role as Executive Director of UN Women National Committee Australia she raises funds to support UN Women’s global programs to end violence against women, promote economic empowerment and advance women in leadership. She has served on numerous boards and committees focussed on women’s leadership, increasing access to health services, diversity and inclusion. Janelle completed her Masters in Nonprofit Management as a Colorado Trust Fellow, and her Masters in International Studies as a Rotary World Peace Fellow, at the University of Queensland.

She has served on numerous boards and committees focussed on women’s leadership, increasing access to health services, diversity and inclusion. Janelle completed her Masters in Nonprofit Management as a Colorado Trust Fellow, and her Masters in International Studies as a Rotary World Peace Fellow, at the University of Queensland.

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