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Property Council of Australia’s 500 Women in Property

Property & Development
500 Women in Property
Two Arnold Bloch Leibler (ABL) Senior Associates have been included in the 2019 Property Council of Australia’s (PCA) 500 Women in Property program.

Andrea Towson and Gia Cari from ABL’s Property & Development team in Melbourne are participating in this year’s program, launched last week. The program provides participants with various networking and professional development opportunities throughout the year.

In its fourth year, the 500 Women in Property program forms a part of the PCA’s commitment to building a diverse and inclusive property industry. It is a sponsor-led program that encourages established leaders - women and men - to identify and sponsor emerging female talent in their organisations or business spheres.

Andrea and Gia are being sponsored by ABL Partners Ken Gray and Tyrone McCarthy, respectively. 

Ken congratulated Andrea on her involvement in this year’s program: “Andrea’s expertise in planning and environmental law, along with her passion for design, equip her well to make a distinct and valuable contribution to this year’s program.”

“I am excited to be involved in a program that champions diversity and women.  I am really looking forward to making deep connections with other participants in the program and advancing social change for the next generation of leaders in the property industry”.

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Gia Cari, Senior Associate

Commenting on Gia’s participation in the program, Tyrone said: “Gia is a huge asset for the firm and for the sector given her track record of advising both private and institutional property & development clients on a diverse range of matters. I was delighted to sponsor her for this program, and have no doubt she’ll make the most of it.”

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Andrea Towson, Senior Associate

“I am thrilled to have been included in this year’s program and look forward to connecting with other likeminded women in the property industry, who are emerging leaders in their fields of expertise – with a view to identifying multidisciplinary projects we can all contribute to”.

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