2024 International Women's Day Breakfast

Only a few spaces left... Please enquire sstewart@ccfvic.com.au for any last second tickets. We can't wait to see you there! At CCF Victoria we are passionate about empowering women to build bright futures in our vibrant and growing industry. Join us for one of CCF Victoria’s most inspiring and important events for the year - Our International Women's Day Breakfast.

The message of this year’s International Women’s Breakfast is “Inspire Inclusion” which is understanding and valuing women’s inclusion to forge a better world. Together, we can inspire women to write their own success stories in the civil construction industry!

At CCF Victoria we are passionate about empowering women to build bright futures in our vibrant and growing industry; we appreciate we are better today, but we can, and must do better to improve outcomes for women in the sector.

Join us in celebrating and acknowledging women in civil’s many achievements within their workplaces and communities and be inspired by female industry professionals sharing their experiences in civil construction, and their goals for the future of the sector.

Guest Speaker:

Two times World Champion, Four times Commonwealth Champion, in the sport of athletics, Jana Pittman personifies resilience and determination. When continued injuries hampered her athletic career and could have signalled retirement, she swapped the track for the ice. Jana joined the Australian Women’s bobsleigh team, to become the first women to represent Australia in both a Summer (2000,2004) and Winter Olympic Games (2014).

Off the track, Jana completed a Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery and is now a registrar in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. She has completed a Masters of Reproductive Medicine at the University of NSW and has initiated her PhD in Obstetrics (focusing on aspects of uterus transplantation).

Jana was a participant in the gruelling television show SAS Australia on Channel 7 and more recently she joined her 16-year-old son Cornelis on Channel 10’s ‘The Amazing Race-Australia’, raising money for the hospital she works at ‘The Royal Hospital for Women’. Jana recently released her second book ‘Enough’ in early 2023.

Despite her career success, Jana says her greatest achievement is being a mum to her 6 children, following the birth of twins in 2022.