When: Wednesday 11 November, 5.45-6.30pm
Where: Online via Zoom – register to receive the session link
Whether you're looking to enhance your career or simply looking to learn something new, you can expand your mind and career horizons through postgraduate studies at Notre Dame.
2020 has been a year of change. Change can be daunting but is a great opportunity to explore new strategies and goals for positive outcomes. In this unprecedented environment, it is more important than ever to equip yourself with the tools and understanding to navigate and make the most of change.
Join us to hear from Dr Mary Anthony, Lecturer in Notre Dame’s School of Business, on the topic of change management and your career, as well as how postgraduate studies can help you navigate an uncertain future.
Dr Mary Anthony is currently a senior lecturer and discipline coordinator at Notre Dame University Australia. She teaches both undergrad and post grad courses. Her extensive teaching experience includes top universities in the UK, Asia and Australia. Mary has mentored her Masters students into successfully completing a PhD. She also brings extensive managerial, leadership and academic experience and knowledge to her teaching. Before taking up academic positions, Mary was an Executive Manager, in Western Australia Police for ten years. She was also an academic coach for senior police officers.
Mary is an exceptional communicator, which has seen her completing a knowledge base with FBI, DEA, NYPD, LVMPD and several other international jurisdictions. Her vast network base has connected Mary internationally and she continues to link people with her network base.
Prior to that, she was a Sponsorship and Funding Officer for Local Government for ten years. She was successful in securing both State and National Funding. She was instrumental in publishing a community cook book, “Tapestry of Treats” (2003) and developed the iconic, Goz Carnivale a multicultural three day food festival for the local community in Western Australia which has been running over twenty years.
Mary holds a BA from Edith Cowan University (double majors) (Australia), Master of Commerce from Curtin University (Australia), Master of Public Administration from University of Western Australia and Curtin University (Australia) and PhD with Curtin University.
Her PhD research thesis was on “women and leadership in a policing context”. A keen qualitative researcher, Mary is interested in the organisational lens of gendered leadership.
“The Business School has both the scale and scope to act as an international diving platform for graduates. ”
"Notre Dame has a really appealing atmosphere to it.”
“If you have a passion or love or a burning desire for business or to be an entrepreneur then you need a base level of business understanding or acumen.”