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Business Whangaparaoa Networking with Alexia Hilbertidou


Tue 10 Sep 2019, 5:30pm–7:30pm

Where: Hibiscus Coast Boating Club, 162 Brightside Rd, Stanmore Bay, Whangaparaoa Peninsula, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

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She's joked with the Queen, flown with NASA, had lunch with Jamie (Oliver), tea with Teresa (May) and rubbed shoulders with David (Beckham). Activist, entrepreneur and Girlboss NZ founder, Alexia Hilbertidou, will present an inspiring, funny and surprising insight into the minds of NZ's Gen Z. What are they engaging with online and what do they care about? How will we be impacted by the future of work and how should we be preparing for it? How can we support the next generation and how do we keep up with them?. Through her jaw dropping stories Alexia proves that you are never too young (or too short) to create change.

New Zealand social entrepreneur and the founder of GirlBoss New Zealand, a not-for-profit organisation which aims for diversity in the workplace, particularly in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics and entrepreneurship with Gen Z thinking.

Alexia from Red Beach is the founder and CEO of GirlBoss NZ - a 10,500 strong army of young women who are determined to achieve gender equality in their lifetimes.

Dismayed by the under-representation of women in leadership roles Alexia founded GirlBoss when she was just 16. Encouraging young women to embrace STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths), leadership and entrepreneurship, GirlBoss is now New Zealand’s largest organisation for young women. It’s members are shrugging off the statistics and preparing themselves to take their seats at the table - the boardroom table that is.

At 17, Alexia was the youngest person to lead a research project at the New Zealand Treasury - at 18 - she was selected to seek new stars and planets on the NASA SOFIA mission and at 20 - she spoke at The United Nations Headquarters at the largest UN Forum in the world today.

She was named the most influential young leader under the age of 25 at the Westpac Women of Influence awards and recently returned from Buckingham Palace where she received the Queen’s Young Leader medal for services to the commonwealth. She is the youngest Commonwealth citizen to ever receive this honour.

Alexia proves that you are never too young (or too short) to be an agitator for change.

Kindly sponsored by - ABA - Associated Business Advisors, Simpson Western Lawyers, iLender Mortgage Broker and Hibiscus and Bays Local Board

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