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From Fishy to national flagship

  • 18 May 2023
  • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Korumburra Top Pub Austral Hotel
  • 14


  • Special price for members. BONUS offer: You can bring two non-members at discounted prices $63.

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From Fishy to national flagship

Dr Sarah White

CEO Jean Hailes for Women’s Health

Dr Sarah White 

Hear about her career path from Fish Creek to CEO of Jean Hailes, Australia’s national digital gateway for women’s health information, and how the lessons learned from growing up in a small rural town helped her succeed in international scientific research (and survive corporate New York) along the way.

Sarah White is the Chief Executive Officer of Jean Hailes for Women’s Health, Australia’s national digital gateway for women’s health information and the leading non-governmental organisation providing advice and information to the general public, health professionals and governments on women’s health issues. She is a member of the newly convened National Women’s Health Advisory Council and is, or has been, a member of several national taskforces. Sarah’s previous roles include: the head of Quit, Australia’s most comprehensive tobacco control program; the director of communications and fundraising at the Royal Women’s Hospital (Melbourne), where she also provided executive oversight of the hospital’s research portfolio, and; the first director of communications for the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research (now Ludwig Cancer), an international research institute based in New York. Sarah started her professional life researching breast cancer at University College London (UK) after completing a PhD in paediatric genetics at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute. But, really, it all started in Fish Creek…

We invite both women and men to attend.

 Our Venue

  Korumburra Top Pub - Austral Hotel

34 Bridge St, Korumburra

Tickets - $55 Members, $63 Member's guests 

& $70 Non-Members (choose from 4 options)

If you register for this event you will be eligible for a discount on our special Friday June 2 event with Gemma Sisia

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