The Women’s Network at Brookfield Place

Join the Women’s Network at Brookfield Place for their first community event “A Career Perspective – How did I get here, and how did my networks help” on Tuesday 13 August at 12pm.

Listen as keynote speakers, Jo Little, Alison Robertson, Kirsten Rose and Michelle Tremain share their experiences and insights on their career progression and the positive impacts expanding networks have had on their individual professions.

Details below:

  • Date: Tuesday, 13 August 2019
  • Time: 12pm
  • Location: Brookfield Place Tower 2 Conference Centre (ground floor)
  • Light lunch will be provided.

Secure your place now, RSVP here.

Guest Speakers 

Jo Little – Director, Longreach Recruitment

Jo began her career in Property Recruitment in 2008 spending five years in London during a challenging international property market. Returning home to Perth, Jo has built a successful career specialising in Property in WA. She has learnt the art of immersing herself in the industry to match her loyal client base with a pool of active, passive and up-and-coming jobseekers.

Now a Director and Partner at Longreach Recruitment, she leads a team of specialists focusing on Retail and Commercial Property, Property Development, Building & Construction, Facilities Management and Residential Real Estate. 

 

Alison Robertson – State Manager | Operations, Brookfield Properties

Alison has 35 years’ experience in commercial real estate specialising in property management and managing strong teams to deliver best in class services.

Alison joined Brookfield Properties in 2011 and is responsible for the WA Commercial Operations with an experienced team managing 5 assets in Perth, including Brookfield Place Tower 1 and 2, EY Building, 108 St Georges Terrace and Bishops See properties.

Alison is represented on the Board of Open House Perth and previous board member of the Perth International Jazz Festival. 

Kirsten Rose – Head of Low Emissions Technology, BHP

Kirsten was appointed Head of Low Emissions Technology for BHP in 2016.  Her professional career has spans over 25 years in a variety of industries and general management roles in the US, UK and Australia. Kirsten’s focus is on development and deploying technology solutions to drive material greenhouse gas emissions reductions for BHP operations.

Prior to BHP, Kirsten was the West Australian State Manager for the Australian Institute of Company Directors.   She is also a former Director of the Perth Chapter of Found Stitute, a Silicon Valley-based entrepreneur training and start-up launch program.

In 2017, Kirsten won a prestigious Chief Executive Women scholarship to MIT’s Sloan Business School.

Michelle Tremain – Managing Partner, PWC Perth

Michelle Tremain is PwC Perth's Office Managing Partner and also leads the firm's National Indirect Tax team. With over 24 years’ experience in the local market, Michelle is highly respected across her extensive networks in the business community and is widely recognised for her innovative thinking and insights in providing specialised tax consultancy services to a wide range of clients throughout Western Australia. Michelle also has a demonstrated passion for the arts and has been proactive in her personal support for local emerging artists, including in her role as board member for the Perth Theatre Trust.