This year the event celebrates embracing equity, diversity and inclusion.
You are warmly invited to acknowledge this annual event with students at the impressive Queens Hall, Parliament House.
Our guest speaker will be Dr Angelia Grant, Head of the Macroeconomic Conditions Division in the Australian Treasury.
Schools may book up to 5 tickets, if you would like to be waitlisted for additional tickets please email [email protected]
You may book without knowing the student names but we will require all student names and dietaries by Friday morning 17 February.
Students and accompanying staff will need to arrive by 8.00 am at the latest to proceed through security for an 8.30 am breakfast start.
Guests will need to be aware of the following:
All guests attending will need to use the name that appears on their identification.
Unregistered guests may not be admitted.
All guests (students and accompanying teachers) will be required to provide one of the following forms of identification for entry into Parliament House:
- Student card (School ID)
- Driver’s license or learner’s permit
- Proof of age card
Bookings close Friday 17 February
About Dr Angelia Grant
Dr Angelia Grant is the Head of the Macroeconomic Conditions Division in the Australian Treasury. This Division monitors and assesses economic developments in Australia and key global economies. Key tasks include providing economic forecasts which inform budget estimates of revenue and expenditure, providing briefings on current and prospective economic conditions, and contributing to wider policy analysis across the Treasury. Her work also includes climate change modelling.
Angelia joined the Treasury in 1999 after completing a Bachelor of Economics at the University of Queensland, and has worked in a number of areas across the Department. She has also previously worked as an economics adviser in the Office of two former Prime Ministers and as Chief of Staff to a former Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer. She was awarded a PhD in economics from the Australian National University in 2015. Immediately prior to this most recent appointment, Angelia spent two years at the International Monetary Fund representing the Asia Pacific.