Date and time

Thursday, 30 June 2022
12pm to 2:30pm (AEST)

Location

ivy ballroom
Level 1/320 George St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
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Join us as Hon. Natalie Ward MLC, Minister for Metropolitan Roads and Minister for Women's Safety and the Prevention of Domestic and Sexual Violence discusses how the NSW Government’s delivery of metropolitan road infrastructure is creating more connected communities. The Minister will also explore how NSW’s significant project pipeline presents opportunities to enhance the capacity and diversity of our industry’s workforce.

Pricing (inc. gst) & details:

Early bird tickets available until Tuesday 21 June 9am

Ticket prices from $260

Dress code: Business attire

Dietaries: Please inform of any dietary requirements 2 weeks prior to the event

Please ensure you make your booking using the appropriate rate. Bookings from non-member companies that book at a member rate will be contacted and asked to rebook at the correct price. If you are unsure of your organisation's membership status with RA, please contactevents@roads.org.au

The Hon. Natalie Ward MLC, Minister for Metropolitan Roads, and Minister for Women's Safety and the Prevention of Domestic and Sexual Violence 

The Hon. Natalie Ward MLC is the Minister for Metropolitan Roads and Minister for Women’s Safety and the Prevention of Domestic and Sexual Violence in the Perrottet Government, appointed in December 2021.

Prior to this appointment, Minister Ward was Minster for Sport, Multiculturalism, Seniors and Veterans in the Berejiklian Government. She joined the Legislative Council of NSW Parliament in November 2017 and was re-elected at the March 2019 state election.

In 2019, Natalie Chaired the Joint Select Committee on Sydney’s Night Time Economy, which ultimately led to the development of the NSW Government’s 24-hour Economy Strategy. Natalie Chaired the Joint Select Committee on Coercive Control in 2020. In an Australian-first, the committee unanimously recommended that coercive control be criminalised along with 23 recommendations relating to domestic abuse in 2021. The experience of chairing the Coercive Control Inquiry provided a unique opportunity to engage with a wide range of stakeholders, which she brings to her role as Minister for Women’s Safety and the Prevention of Domestic and Sexual Violence.

Prior to entering Parliament, Natalie practised law, specialising in commercial litigation, for over twenty years, as well as working in Financial Services and Government. She graduated from The University of Adelaide with Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts (Jurisprudence) in 1996.




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Refund policy

Cancellations should be notified in writing by email. Cancellations received prior to one week before the event will receive a full refund less 25%. No refund will be applicable for cancellations received after one week prior to the event although substitute delegates are welcomed

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