2020 Chief Executive & Young Professionals Breakfast

IPAA Queensland is delighted to open registrations for our 2020 Chief Executives & Young Professionals breakfast.

IPAA Queensland’s first flagship event for the year is being held on Thursday 20 February at the iconic Brisbane City Hall and will launch our theme for 2020.

Reframing Relationships:
partnerships, community and empowerment in public purpose work


Featuring a keynote address from Dr Megan Davis, this event will kick off your year (and decade!) with a public purpose bang!

Dr Megan Davis is the 2018 winner of AFR’s 100 Women of Influence Awards and is featured in the latest edition of Marie Claire magazine discussing the importance of treaty and recognition of First Nations People.


Details for this event are:

When: Thursday 20th February 2020
Where: Brisbane City Hall
Time: 7:00am for a 7.30am start


$1,000 (Table of 10)
$850 (Additional Table of 10 – organisational member)
$500 (Half Table)

$110 (Individual Ticket)
$93.50 (Individual Ticket – organisational member)
$75 (Individual Ticket – full member)


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About Dr Megan Davis:

Professor Megan Davis is Pro Vice Chancellor Indigenous and Professor of Law, University of New South Wales.

She is an Acting Commissioner of the NSW Land and Environment Court, an expert member of the United Nations Human Rights Council’s Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and, was formerly Chair and expert member of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (2011-2016).

Professor Davis is a constitutional lawyer who was a member of the Australian Referendum Council and the Expert Panel on the Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples in the Constitution.

She is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law and the Australian Academy of Social Sciences and a Commissioner on the Australian Rugby League Commission.

Professor Davis supports the North Queensland Cowboys and the QLD Maroons.


This event is proudly supported by:

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