2019 Women in Logistics Luncheon
‘Collaborating to Encourage Diversity’

Another wonderfully successful SCLAA Women in Logistics Luncheon was held on 30 August at Leonda by the Yarra. The Hon  Melissa Horne, Minister for Ports and Freight and Minister for Public Transport opened the event via video.

Interesting and inspiring presentations were given by the Megan Bourke-O’Neill (Deputy Secretary, Policy & Innovation – Department of Transport Victoria), Samantha Martin-Williams FAICD (General Manager [Corporate Services] and Company Secretary of the Hunter Valley Coal Chain Coordinator, and Kathleen Walacavage (Operational Project Planner and Vanderlande Australia’s Supply Chain Manager).

……………………………                                              Megan Bourke-O’Neil         Samantha Martin-Williams       Kathleen Walacavage

The SCLAA extends sincere thanks to all the presenters for so willingly giving of their time to speak at the Women in Logistics Luncheon.

Thanks also go to the events Supporting Sponsors, without whom events like this can not be held.

View 2019 Women in Logistics Highlights Video

The photographs below can be downloaded

L-R: Sue Tomic (SCLAA Director), Megan Bourke-O’Neill (Deputy Secretary, Policy & Innovation – Department of Transport Victoria), Amanda O’Brien (SCLAA Chairman), Kathleen Walacavage (Operational Project Planner and Vanderlande Australia’s Supply Chain Manager), and Samantha Martin-Williams FAICD (General Manager [Corporate Services] and Company Secretary of the Hunter Valley Coal Chain Coordinator).