May 18 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm$40.25
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Join us over lunch as four Women in Property share their governance journey, including the challenges faced, achievements gained and how you too can grab hold of opportunities as they arise. Featuring Lorraine Kendrick, Beca; Charlotte Muggeridge, Harkness Henry; Bronwyn Rhynd, CKL NZ Ltd; and Kate Searancke, Tompkins Wake, these wahine toa will leave you feeling inspired and ready to ‘lean in’!
Take this chance to break bread with fellow property professionals as we champion a property industry where we all belong.
Principal Project Director, Beca
Lorraine is a Principal Project Director for Beca Ltd and has over 22 years of experience in programme, project and contract management in NZ, UK and Ireland, and also holds a Directorship appointment on the Water NZ Board as well as being a committee member on the Water Services Managers Group.
Associate, Harkness Henry
Charlotte is an Associate at Harkness Henry lawyers in Hamilton, working in both resource management and property. Charlotte has a passion for community focused groups. She is a board member of the World YWCA, an international board based in Geneva, is on the Waikato Plan Leadership Committee, is Past President of both the Hamilton YWCA and National Council of Women and is a trustee of Volunteering Waikato. Volunteering for Charlotte is about connectivity and enabling communities to put their best foot forward.
Bronwyn is one of New Zealand’s leading environmental engineers and has been involved with many of the country’s major environmental and civil engineering projects. Bronwyn juggles a busy engineering career with her governance and advisory responsibilities. She is a director and shareholder of CKL Ltd and regularly acts as an Expert Witness.
Kate is a Partner in the Tompkins Wake Property team specialising in leasing and commercial property transactions. Kate works with developers and investors across their commercial property portfolio’s to facilitate the sale and acquisition of property including due diligence and financing. Kate also specialises in local government property law working with local authorities throughout the central North Island.