Women In Dentistry Breakfast

The Australian Dental Industry Association (ADIA) is pleased to announce that the Hon Julie Bishop will be the guest speaker for the Women in Dentistry Breakfast. 

Women In Dentistry Breakfast 
Saturday 14th March 2020 
Convention Centre, Level 5 Grand Ballroom B3
ICC Sydney
7.45am for an 8.00am start 
Ticket Price: $149 pp (Credit Card payment only)

                                                   

The Hon Julie Bishop Biography –  

Recently voted in the top ten most admired by young Australian women, the Hon Julie Bishop served as Australia's Minister for Foreign Affairs from 2013 until her resignation in 2018. She was the first female to hold the role as well as the first female Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party, serving 11 years. 

As Foreign Minister, Ms Bishop was responsible for strengthening Australia’s key strategic and economic relationships with Ministerial responsibility for more than 5,000 departmental staff, 110 overseas missions as well as government agencies Australian Secret Intelligence Service and Australian Centre for International Agriculture Research. 

In 2014, she led the international response to the downing of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 over Ukraine, and was awarded the Commander of the Order of Merit of the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 

Under her leadership, the 2017 Foreign Policy White Paper was developed, providing a comprehensive policy framework for the next decade; and the New Colombo Plan was established, enabling Australian undergraduates to live, study and work in the Indo-Pacific region. Within five years more than 40,000 students have participated in the Plan. 

In a political career spanning 20 years, Ms Bishop also served as Minister for Education, Science and Training, Women’s Issues and Ageing. 

Prior to entering politics, Ms Bishop was Managing Partner of the law firm Clayton Utz in Perth. 

Ms Bishop is the incoming Chancellor of Australian National University, chair of Telethon Kid’s Institute, board member of The Prince’s Trust Australia, director of The Palladium Group, member of the international advisory boards of Afiniti and the Human Vaccines Project.  

She has also established a boutique advisory firm, Julie Bishop and Partners.