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Network /ˈnɛtwəːk/

noun
1. a group or system of interconnected people or things.

verb
2. interact with others to exchange information and develop professional or social contacts.

No “woman is an island” and it has largely been proven a collective effort from many influences allows us to be the best we can be and achieve professional success. Networking is not only about sharing contacts and information, but also a path to create long-term relationships with mutual benefits that refine our skillsets, open doors to opportunities and provide a vehicle to offer our expertise in return.

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Women in Print are looking to introduce a new mentoring initiative. Mentoring and being mentored offer great learning and professional development skills to all who participate. If you are interested in becoming a Mentor or Mentee we have information available to understand time commitments, options, what Mentor or Mentee would suit you best, areas of skills you’d like to develop and more. Register your details to receive information.

Rita Karagiannis

Account Director,
IVE Group Data-Driven Communications

Rita is an Account Director at IVE Group in the Data-Driven Communications business. With twenty years’ experience in mail and data communications Rita has built an expansive career across operations and productions into strategic sales and client service roles. With a Bachelor of Business in Information Systems, Rita offers her team and clients operational and technical expertise into her account management and customer solutions approach. IVE Group is well recognised for building strong female leadership programs and Rita has embraced this enthusiastically with recent graduation of a Leader Factor 4 – Stages of Psychological Leadership program. Rita is a passionate, intelligent and deliverable-centric individual who currently holds the Women in Print – Victorian Patron role.

Dr Katalin Karikó

Kimberley Jane Elizabeth Kitching was an Australian politician, lawyer, and trade unionist. A member of the Labor Party, she was a Senator for Victoria from October 2016 until her death in March 2022.

Kitching was a firm advocate of human rights protection and legislation and a proponent of Magnitsky-style legislation in Australia. She had introduced a private member’s bill in August 2021 before the government introduced its own bill in November 2021.

She was also a warm supporter of the print industry and a firm advocate and lobby partner when the industry sought support for the Keep Me Posted campaign. Without the support of Senator Kitching, Keep Me Posted, would have not achieved a Treasury Consultation nor purposeful outcome.

Vale Senator Kitching, a bipartisan campaigner respected on all sides of politics.