Honouring extraordinary women leaders in the TEC community

As we celebrated and honoured International Women’s Day this week, we would like to recognise some extraordinary leaders in our TEC community.

Women leaders in TEC

We now have over 200 powerful women leaders contributing to our thriving community of members, including our very own CEO, Stephanie Christopher.

Women like Bobbi Mahlab, CEO of Mahlab Media a fast-growing content marketing and custom publishing provider for associations and brands across multiple platforms. Mahlab Media was a finalist for Content Marketing Agency of the Year in 2014 and recently Bobbi was selected for the inaugural EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women Asia-Pacific program.

Annie Flannagan, CEO of Better Business Basics an accounting and financial services organisations, who started BBB in 2006 with two children under four as a single parent, she is now navigating her ever growing business that is geographically dispersed. BBB was a finalist for Telstra Business Award in 2014 and winner of the Australian Business Award 2014 Employer of Choice.

Angie Paskevicius, CEO of Holyoake an alcohol and drug counselling support services organisation aimed at making positive changes in people’s lives. In a recent interview with WACOSS, Angie shares her inspiration on keeping positive and being aware of who you are as a leader.

Vicki Warne, Managing Director of AIB Insurance one of the true giants in Australian insurance brokerage. Vicki is a shining example of how the best business leaders can successfully emerge from the deepest of crises, in 2013 she won the Telstra Queensland Business Owner’s Award.

These four women are taking business to new heights and becoming influentially recognised leaders. Their combination of business skills and leadership qualities are accelerating in the workplace.