2012 VIC State iAwards featuring Minister the Hon Louise Asher
Wednesday 4th July
5.30pm registration for 6pm – 7.30pm
Lvl 1, 242 Exhibition Street,
We are pleased to announce that Victoria's nominations for this year is 60 percent higher than 2011.
The iAwards State Presentations are where iAwards host organisations, local branches, sponsors and members of the local ICT industry announce the company/group category State and Territory winners and national finalists for the prestigious 2012 iAwards. These awards honour the best and most innovative solutions in each State or Territory.
Winners of these company/group category State and Territory awards go on to represent their State or Territory at the national phase of judging. These iAwards presentation events will vary in format in each State or Territory.
|Date:||Wednesday 4 July, 2012|
|Time:||5:30pm for 6pm to 7:30pm|
Complementary to all 2012 Victorian iAwards nominees, and members of ACS, AIIA and Pearcey
Non members- $35.00 per person (inc. GST)
We will be honouring Victorian "ICT Individuals of the Year” and the Victorian Pearcey Award recipient at this event. These individuals also go on to compete at the National iAwards in Melbourne this August.
Locally sponsored by IBSA
The Hon. Louise Asher, MP
Louise Asher is the Member for Brighton, the Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party and the Minister for Innovation, Services and Small Business and the Minister for Tourism and Major Events.
She was elected in 1992 to the Legislative Council as the Member for Monash Province. From 1996-1999 she was Minister for Small Business and Minister for Tourism, making her the first Liberal woman to be appointed as a Minister in the Upper House of the Victorian Parliament.
In September 1999 Ms Asher was elected as the Member for Brighton. She was elected as Deputy Leader of the Opposition from 1999, a position she resigned from in 2002, and was re-elected to this position in March 2006.
Louise holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) and a Master of Arts degree from the University of Melbourne and a Diploma of Education and Bachelor of Economics from Monash University.
Prior to being elected to Parliament, Louise worked as a secondary teacher, a research officer with the Victorian Credit Co-operative Association and was a senior adviser to the then NSW Minister for Health.
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