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HIA-Jason Windows WA Building Women Lunch

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HIA’s Building Women program works towards a focus on visibility, education, networking and mentoring in the residential building industry. These events hope to foster opportunities for women to connect, learn and grow.
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Monday 04 September 2023

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We are delighted to shine the spotlight on another assembly of resilient and formidable women at this upcoming Hia-Jason Windows Building Women Lunch.

In today’s fast paced world, more women are taking on high powered roles and the growing responsibilities at home and at work is endless.

Work life imbalance is a major stressor for working women. There’s no magic formula, no perfect work-life ‘balance’ and the pressure to balance high job expectations, work commitments, tight schedules and life duties can be overwhelming.

The speaker line-up includes three exceptionally successful women who will share their stories of not always getting it right, challenge of juggling motherhood and a successful career and how they navigate the collective demands of work and home life.

Join us for an inspirational afternoon of networking and championing women in and out of residential construction who have achieved levels of success and triumphed.

Be inspired, empowered and connected.


Miri Lackovic

Head of Marketing, Communications and Place, Fiveight
Miri Lackovic is the dynamic Head of Marketing, Communications and Place at Fiveight. She drives disruptive, impact-driven marketing, communication, and placemaking strategies. Miri's roles encompass Fiveight’s complete portfolio, and she provides a revitalist outlook to create a unique brand for each asset.

With a robust knowledge of community engagement and destination marketing, she enforces a strategic brand lens that outlines a project's vision. She has impressive experience in leading high-performing teams and mastering cultural change.

Miri has a Bachelor of Arts in Marketing and Media from Murdoch University, and her marketing strategies have gained recognition from the Australian Marketing Institute, Frank Lowy Fellowship Award, and the Shopping Centre Council of Australia.

Antonell Doyle

Commercial Director, Nova 93.7

With an impressive 27-year career with NOVA Entertainment, Antonell Doyle has a significant contribution to the NOVA Entertainment team nationally, while being pivotal to the commercial and cultural success of the Perth office during her tenure with the business.

Instrumental in the Perth commercial team, in November 2019 she became Head of Direct Sales and in September 2020 Doyle was promoted to Commercial Director and Market lead, leading the sales and wider team in Perth.

Kate Molinari

Chief Marketing Officer, Seven West Media WA

Kate Molinari is the Chief Marketing Officer at Seven West Media WA in Perth. Having been in the business for close to 6 years, she is incredibly passionate about the suite of brands that her and her team connect audiences to, including the Seven Network, The West Australian, PerthNow, Telethon and many other statewide publishing, digital & broadcast brands.

Kate joined SWM in 2013 following 7 years at Nine Entertainment Co. where she held roles across sales and marketing in both Sydney and Perth. Kate is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Directors Course and is a big believer in collaboration and creativity to get the best out of people and businesses.

Kate is a devoted mum and Fremantle Dockers fan and is currently embracing the “boarding school life” on campus at Christ Church Grammar School where her husband is a Boarding Master.

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The Westin Perth

480 Hay St, Perth WA

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