The Women in Economics Network is supported by the national Women in Economics Committee (the WEC) and committees in most state and territories. Committees are made up of women from the public and private sectors, academia and teaching. 

The WEC is an initiative of the Economic Society of Australia, reflecting the support of the Society's Central Council for the WEN. The WEC is responsible for coordinating WEN national activities. The WEC is comprised of the Chairs of the Women in Economics state committees plus special members. Committee members are listed below:

WEN National Committee 2020

National Chair

Dr Leonora Risse
(Lecturer, School of Economics, Finance and Marketing, RMIT University; Women and Public Policy Program Fellow, Harvard University)

National Deputy Chair

Angela Jackson
(Senior Economic Consultant, Equity Economics)

National Secretary

Katherine Wagner
(Director, Fiscal Policy Analysis Division, Parliamentary Budget Office)

National Treasurer

Carmela Chivers
(Legislative Adviser, Sen. Jacqui Lambie)

Chair, Australian Capital Territory

Cherelle Murphy
(Senior Economist, ANZ)

Chair, New South Wales

Dr Alexandra Lobb
(Principal, Acil Allen Consulting)

Chair, Queensland

Professor Christine Williams
(Adjunct Professor, University of Queensland)

Chair, South Australia

Elizabeth Alvaro
(Manager, Deloitte Access Economics)

Chair, Tasmania

Dr Mala Raghavan
(Lecturer, School of Business and Economics, University of Tasmania)

Chair, Victoria

Janine Bialecki
(Principal Economist, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission)

Chair, Western Australia

Sally McMahon
(Head of Economic Regulation, Spark Infrastructure; Managing Director, Sally McMahon and Associates)

Research, Resources and Data Manager

Associate Professor Duygu Yengin
(Deputy Head, School of Economics, University of Adelaide)

Educational Advisor

Leith Thompson
(Economics Teacher, Sydney Grammar School)

 


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