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Angela Bogdan Joins The Advisory Board Centre's Global Thought Leadership Summit

The Advisory Board Centre is pleased to announce Angela Bogdan joining us for the Global Thought Leadership Summit in October.  Angela is a career diplomat and Canada’s current Consul General in Sydney, Australia. Prior to taking up her current position, Ms. Bogdan was Chief of Protocol for Canada and before that served as Inspector General.  She has also been the Champion for women at Global Affairs Canada (GAC) for the past 6 years.

Ms. Bogdan has held several off shore assignments. She was High Commissioner to Sri Lanka and the Maldives and prior to that held the position of Ambassador to the Former Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.  Ms. Bogdan has also served as Political Counsellor in Warsaw, Deputy Political Advisor at Canada's Mission to NATO and as Vice Consul in Melbourne.

The Global Thought Leadership Summit brings together an incredible list of Leaders sharing their knowledge including our CEO Louise Broekman, Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman Kate Carnell, BDO Senior Partner Dr Mark Pizzacalla, the Consulate General of Canada Angela Bogdan and CSIRO Futures Strategy and Engagement Lead Dr Vicky Au.

The Thought Leadership Summit will be held on October 17th and 18th of October and has been carefully designed to share best practices and world-leading knowledge for our professional network of Strategic Advisors and Certified Chairs.  The Summit will include a combination of keynote presentations, purposeful conversations and futurist panel discussions with leaders of their field.  With more speakers and panellists to be announced the event is an incredible opportunity for our members to network, expand their knowledge and get future insights from leading minds.  

The Summit is only open to members of the Advisory Board Centre.  If you are looking to offer your value as an Approved Advisor or Certified Chair and would like to discuss membership, book in a time with the Member Engagement Team here.