AITPM VIC Branch end-of-year Dinner with Melbourne Lord Mayor Sally Capp | In-Person event | Dec 2021
Date: Thursday 2 December 2021
Time: 6.30pm - 9.30pm AEDT (Dinner starts 7.00pm)
Type: In-person networking/social event
Location: (The lands of the Kulin nations) Zinc Federation Square, Cnr Princes Walk & Russell Street Ext, Melbourne
Tickets: AITPM Members: $120.00 | Non Members: $150.00
TABLE of 10 with Company Name: $1,600.00
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The AITPM Victorian Committee is pleased to invite all members and industry partners to attend our end-of-year dinner at Zinc in Melbourne's Federation Square. After a two year hiatus, we are excited to host this in-person dinner with the Lord Mayor of Melbourne - Sally Capp.
With a renewed effort to get Victorians back into the city and restart the economy, this is a great opportunity to reconnect with colleagues, clients and the broader industry. Importantly, join the discussion on how transport will play an important role for the CBD and Melbourne.
Lord Mayor Sally Capp
Sally Capp was re-elected as Lord Mayor of Melbourne in November 2020 after having been first elected in May 2018, and is the first woman to be directly elected as Lord Mayor. Sally was also the first woman to hold the post of Agent-General for Victoria in the UK, Europe and Israel. She has also served as the CEO for the Committee for Melbourne and COO of the Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Sally began her career as a Solicitor, after completing Law (Hons) and Commerce degrees at the University of Melbourne. Sally has held senior roles at both KPMG and ANZ, and she took the small business she co-founded to the ASX. Most recently she was Victorian Executive Director of the Property Council of Australia.
A passionate Magpies supporter, in 2004 Sally made history as the first female board member of Collingwood FC. She is involved in a number of charities, currently sitting on the board of the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Research Institute, the Mary Jane Lewis Scholarship Foundation and the Melbourne University Faculty of Business and Economics.