Welcome to the Western Australia division
Hello, I’m Kirsten Rose, State Manager of the WA Division, Australian Institute of Company Directors. Our division has over 4,100 members and represents directors across all industry sectors.
In this section you can find resources for professional development, learn more about our WA Council, corporate partners and local team members. We support directors through courses, events and various information resources. The WA team is available to speak with you for further information; we look forward to hearing from you.
t: 1300 739 119 or local number 08 9320 1700; e: email@example.com
Notice of Results of WA Division Council Election
Thank you to all the WA members who voted in our recent Division Council election. Voting formally closed at 5.00pm AWST on Thursday 30 October 2014.
The successful candidate to fill the elected vacancy on the WA Division Council is Rick Crabb FAICD.
In this section
We have a dedicated team of staff to assist with any member queries and requests for information. Find team and office contact details here.
Find out more about your local membership team, their passions and how they can assist you performing at your best as a director.
The WA Council assists us in providing guidance and strategic input into the direction of the Division
Learn about our Corporate Partners Program, which delivers a range of education and event benefits to your company and its representatives.
We support regional members and directors through courses, events and our regional committees.
Benefit from the insights, experiences and expertise of directors from a local perspective, and learn about events and professional development opportunities in your region.
Here you will find our previous Gold Medal award recipients (since 1994) and recipients of the the PWC Award for Excellence in the WA NFP Sector (since 2013). The winners demonstrate excellence in the field of governance and directorship.
The West Australian division are proud to continue for the third consecutive year the Director Pipeline Project. This initiative aims to create more “board-ready” female executives who would be suitable candidates for appointment to public and private boards in WA.