Fireside chat - Enterprise Professor Jodie Sizer
You are invited to the Faculty of Business and Economics and Melbourne Business School showcase event with Indigenous leader Enterprise Professor Jodie Sizer and hosted by Inala Cooper, Director Murrup Barak, to discuss the journey of Indigenous business owners and entrepreneurs in today’s climate.
Enterprise Professor Jodie Sizer will be reflecting on how Indigenous business in Australia is generating economic independence and prosperity. How is it fostering Indigenous leadership and how is it enabling cultural sharing and enhancing self-determination.
Enterprise Professor Jodie Sizer is a Djap Wurrung/Gunditjmara woman, a Torquay resident for many years and the inaugural CEO of the Great Ocean Road Coast and Parks Authority commencing in July 2021.
Jodie has held a prominent leadership role in advocating and leading community led impact and transformative change within Aboriginal communities and across broader society. She is a member of the Victorian Women’s Hall of Fame, noted as one of the Australian Financial Review’s 100 women of influence, and was the inaugural Dardi Indigenous Business Leadership Award recipient in Victoria.
Currently, Jodie is Vice President of the Collingwood Football Club and is the Chair of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies.
Register today to be part of this key event celebrating our Indigenous Business and Economic prosperity across the wider community.
About the Dilin Duwa Centre
The Dilin Duwa Centre for Indigenous Business Leadership resides across both the Faculty of Business and Economics and the Melbourne Business School at the University of Melbourne. Our goal is to contribute to an economically powerful Indigenous Australia. Through programs, research and engagement, our three streams continually flow and interact with each other to convene spaces and facilitate relationships in service to the Indigenous business sector locally and globally.