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Image from James Morgan Photography: Clea Smith, CEO of Tradeswomen Australia Group and KL, an electrician stand in front of the new TWA tram wrap
Tradeswomen Australia Group (TWA) proudly announces the appointment of Clea Smith as the new Chief Executive Officer, effective January 22, 2024. Clea Smith, known for her substantial leadership experience in non-profit organisations and her advocacy in male-dominated sectors, particularly in sports, is set to bring a fresh perspective and dynamic leadership to TWA.
Organisations Representing Gender Equality in Trades, Come Together to Welcome Federal Budget Measures in Skills and Training
Statement on the 2023-2024 Federal Budget Empowered Women in Trades (EWIT), National Association for Women in Construction (NAWIC) and Tradeswomen Australia (TWA) have come together
Media Release 12 August 2022 Tradeswomen Australia have reported continuing success in the early stages of establishing industry connections and support for women to enter