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Thursday, July 6, 2017 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (AEST)

Success Defined by the Lady Bosses

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*Doors open at 6 pm for Casual Networking | Event formally commences at 6.30 pm*

Success Defined by the Lady Bosses

What does success for a woman look like? And does it change as they go through new experiences and discover more in their field? The issues women face are still real, intense and complex. These challenges are faced by women across different walks of professional life, in start-ups, social enterprises and for those in leadership positions at large corporations.

Overcoming these challenges while juggling multiple responsibilities is a topic that requires more honest discussion. PDF is bringing together a panel of women that are diverse in the careers they pursue, age and ethnicity. The aim of the panel is to discover how these women view the world, achieved their successes and discuss how a community of support can be established.

If you are keen to get some great advice from a group of successful women who have done it their way and expand your network, join us for a great evening!

Meet our Panel and Moderator

Katie Mihell (Panellist)

Katie Mihell is a Director of Business Development with the Westpac Group Strategy + M&A team at Westpac, which aims to grow and invest in new businesses and support the acceleration of innovation across the Group. Katie’s focus is developing and strengthening relationships across the external innovation and fintech ecosystems and with Westpac’s portfolio of investments. 

Prior to joining Westpac, Katie spent 10 years in technology based consultancies and startups in San Francisco and London before returning to Australia and joining CommBank where she held senior advisory and strategy roles with business, private and institutional banking. She established and led the Women in Focus community supporting businesswomen and women-led businesses. Outside of work, Katie is also the NSW Chair of the Springboard Enterprises Australia Committee, angel investor and busy wife and Mum.

Belinda Bentley (Panellist)

With over 12 years’ experience in the Australian market, Belinda is a highly-regarded property professional, who specialises in transactions and development. With clients including high net worth investors, government, as well as domestic and international corporations, Belinda's experience, varies from residential and commercial transactions to being responsible for some of the most complex development projects and portfolios in NSW.

Belinda is the Co-Founder and Director of Radley Property, a buyer’s agency specialising in residential and commercial property. Radley Property is Australia’s first socially conscious real estate group, giving a percentage of its transaction fee to not-for-profits. Belinda is a member of Philanthropy Australia’s New Generation of Giving Program and sits on the Sydney Symphony Orchestra’s Vanguard Collective, an innovative program engaging young emerging philanthropists.

Belinda Roelofs (Panellist)

For twelve years Belinda and her team of underwear fitting experts have helped more than one million women feel glamorous and confident in affordable, elegant, sexy, beautiful lingerie, sleepwear, and swimwear.

She is the founder and director of Mary Holland, a chain of boutique lingerie and swimwear stores available online and in Sydney and has a six-figure social media following online. Having moved on from Accenture to pursue her own businesses, Belinda is now focused on making a change in improving the dialogue around women's bodies.

Della Zhuang (Moderator) 

Della describes herself as curious, inclusive and data-driven. Graduating from Macquarie University with a Bachelor of Actuarial Science and Statistics, she currently works as a sales associate at Investment Trends. Outside the office, Della is the lead organiser of TEDxHaymarket and is an active volunteer for a number of different causes.


Our Venue Sponsor –  Haymarket HQ

Haymarket HQ is Australia's first dedicated co-working space with a strategic focus on Asia and the opportunities presented by the region's economic and technological renaissance. A not-for-profit dedicated to showcasing and harnessing Asian-Australian talent, innovation and leadership.

Haymarket HQ is located in the heart of Sydney’s Chinatown and has around 70 desks spaces as well as meeting, workshop, and function spaces.


Driven by individuals who love to help others, the Professional Development Forum aims to enrich the professional and interpersonal skills of budding professionals; through workshops, seminars, networking events and more.

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Haymarket HQ
63 Dixon Street
Haymarket, NSW 2000

Thursday, July 6, 2017 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (AEST)

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Professional Development Forum is run by driven individuals who love to help others develop and enrich their professional and interpersonal skills through workshops, seminars, networking events and more.

Who We Are

We are a volunteer group made up of working professionals.

We want to create a network of highly motivated professionals built on trust, openness, sharing, collaboration and integrity who shares our vision and beliefs.

We do this through regular seminars, workshops and other events and social media.

Our Mission

"To create an Australian workplace where professionals combine their skills with meaningful connections and cultural intelligence to realise their human potential."


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