Diversity is not just about gender, culture and ability, it’s also appreciating experiences and perspectives across the generations. This unique event hosted by the Rugby Business Network provides an insight into the careers of a father and daughter, united by a love of sport.
Jim Molan AO DSC
Jim retired from the Australian Army in 2008 after 40 years service and was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross by the Australian Government and the Legion of Merit by the US Government.
A Liberal Party candidate for the Australian Senate, Jim was the co-author of the Coalition policy on Border Control and recently participated in an ethical evaluation of Operation Protective Edge (Gaza 2014) with the Friends of Israel Initiative. Jim is a sought-after commentator on security and military issues, serves on a number of boards, and is the author of Running the War in Iraq.
Erin has always been passionate about sport and news, covering both for over 12 years as a television, radio and print reporter. Joining the Channel Nine NRL Footy Show she became the first female co-host in 2012.
Born in Canberra and growing up in Jakarta, Erin has an interest in the Indonesian language and is an ambassador for a number of charities including Bowel Cancer Australia. In 2015, she competed in the Sydney to Hobart Yacht race, raising over 5 million dollars for the Humpty Dumpty Foundation.
- Date: Monday 15th August, 2016
- Time: 5.30 pm to 7.30 pm
- Venue: Royal Automobile Club , 89 Macquarie St, Sydney
Cost: $30 includes welcome drink on arrival
The Rugby Business Network is a global not-for-profit organisation that connects business people with a passion for rugby.