We’re fortunate to live in a time and place where opportunity abounds, a time when many women have come to the forefront, risen to the top and who are making that place count in a range of important ways.
IGNITE gathers together these women; the game changers whose endeavours have altered industries, impacted economies, provided employment for many and who lever their commercial gains into philanthropic endeavours to make the biggest difference possible.
Importantly, IGNITE fills an often missing space in our female journey – the ability to spend quality, intimate time with experienced women to learn, often in awe, from the gutsy trailblazing journey that has been theirs. Queens one and all. How lucky are we?
Most of all, IGNITE facilitates an intimate environment so we can make meaningful connections, be inspired and add the weight of our experience to make a bigger difference.
Hosted by Co.OfWomen patron, Theresa Gattung, each IGNITE gathering features an interview and discussion with some of our most experienced members and is followed by time of general discussion and questions.
- Wednesday, Nov 24th , 3.00pm - 6.00pm
- Central Auckland - provided on registration
- for your budget
- Standard Ticket $380 +gst
Member discounts up to 50% apply
FEATURED AT THIS IGNITE SESSION
The third of our four 2021 IGNITE Leader Series sessions will feature 2021 Hall of Fame inductees Christine Sharma (of Ruby) and Theresa Gattung CNZM in an awesome dual interview.
From each of their own unique journey's perspective, they will ask questions that seek to clarify how the other person navigated the most challenging aspects of a career that spans, for each, more than 4 decades
We love these sessions for the intimacy and awesome discussions and conversations that this format makes possible and the incredible outcomes this facilitates for each of us. This is possible because of the calibre of women we have in our community, a killer combo of smart, savvy, gritty and generous.
The value of these sessions is sometimes in the topics we discuss but it is always in the quality of the women attending and ease of connection (and more) this facilitates.