Women in Risk - Canberra ACT
Women in Risk presented by Swiss Re Corporate Solutions is a networking initiative by RMIA to connect and celebrate women in risk. The forum offers attendees to engage and interact with like minded individuals, while supporting the presence of women in the risk management industry. In recognition of International Womens Day, RMIA invites you to be apart of an ongoing conversation this April.
The ACT Chapter would like to welcome you to our Women in Risk event where you will get to hear from three fantastic women talk about their career journeys in risk management, why they chose risk, and how they got into their current position. There will be plenty of opportunities to ask questions of our speakers on the night.
Our speakers are:
· Christina Li, Chief Internal Auditor, Australian Taxation Office. Formerly Director in EY’s Advisory Risk team.
· Danielle Krajina, Executive Manager for the Governance team at the Education Directorate, ACT Government
· Tracie-Ann Maher Director, Risk Management Services, Comcover, Department of Finance
Members of the ACT RMIA Chapter Committee will also be on hand to help facilitate the conversations and answer any RMIA questions you might have.
Both men and women are welcome to attend this event to hear from our highly experienced speakers.
Nibbles will be provided. Please register via the details below.
See below for additional information about the speakers.
Christina Li, Chief Internal Auditor, Australian Taxation Office. Formerly Director in EY’s Advisory Risk team.
Christina is currently the Chief Internal Auditor of the Australian Taxation Office (ATO), responsible for providing advice and independent assurance to the organisation and its Executives on ATO’s risk management and achievement of objectives. Previous to joining the ATO, Christina was a Director in EY’s Advisory Risk team. Her commitment was to assist clients to better understand and manage their risks with a view to improving the operational effectiveness of the business.
Client service and adding value has been integral to how Christina engages with clients and stakeholders, building relationships based on respect, trust and sound advice. Christina is leading the charge on improving industry knowledge and the use of the risk management and the internal audit function as an integral component of an organisation's lines of defence.
Christina has a Bachelor of Commerce and Law combined degree as well as her Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, being admitted into the roll of the Supreme Court in 2010. Christina is a Certified Practicing Accountant (CPA), Certified Practising Risk Manager (CPRM) as well as PRINCE2 Foundations qualified.
Danielle Krajina, Executive Manager for the Governance team at the Education Directorate, ACT Government
Danielle has worked predominantly in the ACT Government for just under 30 years. Danielle has been in the senior executive service since 2007. Her government experience has been broad and includes working in a range of roles within many ACT Government and Commonwealth government organisations.
Danielle has a passion for good governance, which encompasses ensuring systems and processes are in place to support organisations and their teams in meeting their obligations. This includes developing capability that provides staff with the tools to identify, report and respond to risk in a practical manner. Danielle understands the intent of risk management, but also understand the reality of applying in a real-world environment.
Tracie-Ann Maher Director, Risk and Education Services, Comcover, Department of Finance
Tracie-Ann Maher is the Director of Risk and Education services in Comcover. Comcover, a part of the Risk and Claims Branch in the Department of Finance, is the Australian Government’s self–managed insurance fund. Comcover (Finance) is also the policy owner of the Commonwealth Risk Management Policy that was released in 2014 to support the introduction of the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act (PGPA Act)
Tracie-Ann and her team provide risk advisory services that include includes analysing risk trends across the Commonwealth, risk profiling and measuring entities’ risk management capability through an annual benchmarking program. The team also provides education and better practice guidance through a blended learning model.
Date: Wednesday 3 April 2019
Time: 5:30pm - 7pm
Location: KPMG Office
Topic: ACT Chapter – Women in Risk Event
Members - FREE (To receive your member rate please ensure you are logged into your member portal)
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Non-members – $40
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