Alexandra Heath, Head of the Economic Analysis Department at the Reserve Bank of Australia, is due to visit Port Macquarie to provide an update on the current state of the economy.
Dr Heath will be the featured key note speaker at the next Port Macquarie Chamber of Commerce Boardroom Lunch, co-hosted with the Hastings Business Women’s Network, on Tuesday, 17th September and is looking forward to sharing her reflections on the local region.
Currently the Head of Economic Analysis Department at the Reserve Bank of Australia, Alexandra has also held senior management positions in the Economic Research, Domestic Markets and International Departments.
She was seconded to the Bank for International Settlements in Basel Switzerland from 2005 to 2008 and prior to this held a number of positions within Economic Group. Dr Heath has worked on a variety of topic areas including macroeconomic forecasting, labour market dynamics, financial markets and global imbalances and holds a PhD and MSc in Economics from the London School of Economics and a BEc (Hons) from the University of Sydney.
“We are most fortunate to be able to host such a well-informed executive for our Boardroom Lunch. Not only will Alexandra Heath deliver an valuable and informative presentation on the state of the nation’s economy, but she will also be focusing specifically on Port Macquarie and the surrounding regions; where we have been, where we are now and where we might be headed in the future,” said Mark Wilson, Executive Officer, Port Macquarie Chamber of Commerce.
Co-hosted by the Hastings Business Women’s Network, this exclusive event will be held at the elegant Cape Ballroom, Sails Resort by Rydges. Tickets include a complimentary drink on arrival, a two course meal, networking opportunities and the chance to hear from the nation’s leading economic analyst.
Organisers encourage guests to secure their tickets quickly to avoid disappointment, by visiting the Port Macquarie Chamber of Commerce website, where they can purchase tickets online and find further information.