The aim of DPP is to create a pipeline of “board-ready” executive women in the WA business community, and to complement AICD’s national board diversity initiatives.
Supporting WA’s female executives
The Western Australia division of Company Directors launched the Director Pipeline Project (DPP) in 2011 and is now in it's sixth year.
We are committed to increasing the number of women on boards.
Unique to WA, this year-long program complements our National Board Diversity initiatives.
The aim of the DPP is to create a pipeline of “board ready” executive women in the West Australian business community.
The DPP provides participants the opportunity to extend networks with other senior executives and directors, raise their profiles through exclusive events and functions, and attend a range of workshops and professional development programs.
The program runs from January to December each year, and there is no cost to participate in the program, although some DPP events may have a cost associated to attend. Participants must be members of AICD and have either completed the Company Directors Course or have it scheduled in their professional development plan for the year.
Now in its fifth year, the DPP is pleased to welcome 40 women from a wide range of organisations, industries and backgrounds into the 2016 cohort.
The DPP wouldn’t be possible without the generous support of our sponsors and Corporate Partners. Many thanks go to ANZ for their support of the 2016 DPP Launch event. If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities for DPP, please contact Kwai Steinohrt at the WA office on 08 9320 1700 or email email@example.com
Applications for the 2017 Director Pipeline Program will open toward the end of 2016. To enquire about applications or any other aspect of the program, contact Orla Fitzgerald at the WA office on 08 9320 1700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.