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Ankers, Julie (1950 - )

Born
8 October 1950
Australia
Occupation
Businesswoman

Summary

Julie has had a long involvement with Zonta, a worldwide organization of executives in business and the professions working together to advance the status of women. She is currently President of the Zonta Sydney Breakfast Club, Director of the National Foundation for Australian Women and Founder, Alumni Association of Social Ecologists.

Details

Educated Welfare Certificate, Hornsby Tech. and MA Applied Science (Social Ecology), University of Western Sydney (1999).

Managing Director of EnterTrainers & Speakers, a speakers bureau that works with organisations to provide trainers, consultants, facilitators, speakers and entertainers, 1992 - present; Field Support Manager and Training Manager for l'Arome 1989-1992; Manager, City Training & Education Centre personnel agency 1987-1988; Account Manager, Salons for James Richardson & Co 1985-1986; Manager of AdStaff, a subsidiary of Centacom, 1980-1982; published a tourist magazine on the Central Coast 1976-1979; Account executive for a small advertising agency and recording studio 1973-1975; Copywriter and part-time announcer at a Central Coast radio station 1971-1973.

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