Boardroom Lunch with Emma Thomas, TCCS (Members Only)

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Date: Wednesday, 24 April 2019 to Wednesday, 24 April 2019
Address: CANBERRA, ACT Australia
Place: Canberra CBD (venue details to be provided to confirmed attendees)
Total Price: $160.00


We invite members to join a Boardroom Lunch with the outgoing Director-General of Transport Canberra and City Services, Emma Thomas for an open discussion to better understand the Directorate's vision and key policy objectives for Canberra. This conversation will also provide opportunity for the leadership of our industry to engage with the ACT Government as we continue to play a crucial role in the development and delivery of major projects across the Australian Capital Territory.

Hosted in an intimate setting to enable an open discussion, our Boardroom Lunch Series are for senior professionals and strategic thinkers wanting to participate in the conversations that are shaping our industry.

As with all our Boardroom Lunches, places are limited to two representatives per member firm and are secured on a first-come basis. The event itself is run under the Chatham House Rule.

EVENT DETAILS

Date: Wednesday 24 April 2019

Time: 12:00 - 2:00 PM

Venue: Canberra CBD (venue details to be provided to confirmed attendees)

RSVP: Thursday 18 April 2019

Cost: $160

Further information: Please advise of any dietary requirements at the time of registration.


Emma Thomas, Director-General at Transport Canberra and City Services

Emma Thomas is the Director-General for Transport Canberra and City Services (TCCS) and brings extensive experience in both the commercial and public sectors, including major infrastructure projects that span most forms of transport including ‘planes, trains and automobiles.’
Prior to leading TCCS, Emma was the Director-General of the Capital Metro Agency, delivering Canberra’s first stage of light rail. Prior to this, she was the State Rail Commissioner for South Australia and Deputy Chief Executive of Public Transport. Previous experience also includes senior executive roles at Transport and Main Roads Queensland and Boeing. She commenced her career as an aeronautical engineer in the Royal Australian Air Force.
Emma is passionate about creating a simple and responsive customer experience and is excited, with the formation of TCCS, to proudly deliver services to the people of Canberra.

 

This event is proudly sponsored by Arup.