- Lunch with Fiona De Jong

The Importance of the Olympics to Australia

- Lunch with Fiona De Jong
21st October 2015

What have been the learnings from Rio and how can we continue to ensure that the Olympics are relevant for the next generation?

Fiona is a former international triathlete and lawyer and since joining the AOC in 2004 she has been involved with five Olympic teams, including as Deputy Chef de Mission for Rio. Prior to the AOC, Fiona was a lawyer with law firm Blake Dawson Waldron. She graduated from Harvard Business School Advanced Management Program in 2013 and holds degrees in Law (Hons) and Information Technology. Fiona is a Board member of the Australian Olympic Committee, Australian Olympic Foundation, Centennial Park and Moore Park Trust, Bond University Alumni Board, Director of Olympic Winter Institute Australia and Governor on the Centennial Parklands Foundation.

Please join us to listen, learn and contribute to this timely question.

Venue

Venue: A private dining room in the CBD

21st October 2015, 12:30pm - 2:00pm

Tickets: $77.00

Ticket Price includes GST

Bookings Close: 19th October 2015