Dai Le has been added to the line-up of speakers at next Wednesday’s AdNews Live: Reframing Australia.
Named one of AFR-Westpac's Top 100 Influential Women in Australia in 2014, Dai is the founder of DAWN, a social enterprise that connects emerging leaders from culturally diverse backgrounds with senior and executive leaders from mainstream institutions.
A former award-winning journalist, film-maker and broadcaster with the ABC, she has over two decades of storytelling skills and change making experience. Her mission is to help build an inclusive society where mainstreams institutions and organisations truly reflect the diverse society we live in.
Dai will appear alongside DDB ECD Tara Ford, Chanel 9’s Head of Content and Production Adrian Swift, and SBS Head of Strategy John Turnbull. They will sit alongside each other on the panel entitled ‘A Re-Imagined ‘Straya’ which will take a look at the need for media, adland and brands to connect with the true face of the Australian population.
Tickets for next week’s event are still available, on a 3 for the price of 2 basis. Please contact Grace for more information.
A full-line up can be found here.
Other names appearing at the half-day event include The Monkeys’ Scott Nowell, Andrew Howie, former MLA marketing manager, DDB’s Tara Ford, Mehreen Faruqi MP, Channel 9’s Adrian Swift and Multiconnexions Sheba Nandkeolyar.
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