Nominations for the Top 50 Public Sector Women (New South Wales) 2018 are now open.

We are seeking nominations and entries from inspirational female leaders working in the public sector within New South Wales!

Across New South Wales Local, State and Federal Government and Statutory Authorities, the public sector has a significant number of exceptional female leaders building high performing teams and transforming their communities.

The Top 50 Public Sector Women (New South Wales) List will shine a spotlight on exceptional leaders, highlighting their work and creating role models for other females in the sector.

Do you have inspiring female leaders in your team that you would like to nominate? Or are you eligible and would like to highlight your own achievements?

Interested? Download the Nomination Form and enter today!

Nomination Form

Key Dates

22 February 2018

Submissions Open

7 May 2018

Submissions Close

5 July 2018

Top 50 Finalists Announced

Leaders who make it onto the Top 50 list for 2018 will receive:

Publication on the Top 50 Public Sector Women list plus an invitation to the exclusive Listee announcement event.

Exposure and networking opportunities with successful leaders in the public sector.

Invitations for the Top 50 Alumnae to networking and thought leadership events held by Davidson.

Opportunity to receive one of six Scholarships to Davidson’s Leadership Acceleration Program.

Comprehensive Media Kit to promote your inclusion on the list and further build your brand.

Dedicated PR campaign profiling the Listees on Davidson social platforms and third-party publications.

2018 Judges - New South Wales

Elizabeth Koff
Elizabeth Koff
Secretary, NSW Health & Top 50 PSW NSW Lead Judge

Monica Barone
Monica Barone
Chief Executive Officer, City of Sydney
Madeleine Culbert
Madeleine Culbert
Chief Executive Officer, Institute of Public Administration Australia, NSW

Kim McKay AO
Kim McKay AO
Chief Executive Officer, Australian Museum

Mark Scott
Mark Scott
Secretary, NSW Department of Education

Libby Lyons
Libby Lyons
Director, Workplace Gender Equality Agency

Tim Reardon
Tim Reardon
Secretary, NSW Department of Premier & Cabinet

2017 Victorian Highlights