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Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences alumni named in 100 Women of Influence

7 September 2018
The Australian Financial Review announces 100 most influential women
Joining the impressive list of AFR's 2018 100 Women of Influence are nine Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences alumni who have been shortlisted in the awards.
Nina Funnell

Nina Funnell 

The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences is proud to have eight graduates recognised in the Australian Financial Review 100 Women of Influence Awards.

The awards promote and recognise Australian women who have dedicated their time and energy to help champion change in business and society and encourage other women in their industry. The ten awards categories feature women working across a spectrum of industries demonstrating a strong sense of commitment to their cause.

The faculty extends its warm congratulations to all 100 well-deserving women who have been recognised for their outstanding contributions, and would especially like to congratulate our alumni, which includes: 

  • Jane Alver, Bachelor of Arts
  • Nina Funnell, Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications) (Hons)
  • Anna Hush, Bachelor of Arts
  • Natalie King, Bachelor of Arts
  • Nicky Ringland, Bachelor of Arts (Languages), Graduate Diploma in Computing, PhD (Research)
  • Diana Ryall, Diploma of Education
  • Rosemary Sinclair, Bachelor of Arts

This year's shortlist, chosen from a record 850 entries, were selected by executive search firm Korn Ferry and a panel of judges, including two previous overall winners of the award, Ann Sherry, executive chair of cruise company Carnival Australia, and Moya Dodd, lawyer and soccer official. 

The winners of each of the 10 categories and the overall winner will be announced at the awards dinner in Sydney on 17 October.

View the 2018 100 Women of Influence list here.

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