Boardroom Luncheon with Paul Ramadge, Editor in Chief, The Age
Paul Ramadge will discuss the role of media in creating or preventing political change, focusing on Australian and Asian politics.
Paul Ramadge was appointed Editor-in-Chief of The Age and The Sunday Age in September 2008. He has been a media man throughout his 30-year career, transitioning from a brief stint in a television newsroom to country and regional newspapers before joining The Age in 1996. At The Age, Paul has held leadership roles in news and product development. He is a former Senior Deputy Editor, Saturday Editor and Executive Editor, and edited the paper's award-winning coverage of the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games.
As limited seating is available, the luncheon will provide guests with an excellent opportunity to engage Ramadge in discussion under the Chatham House Rule.
This luncheon briefing is generously sponsored by PwC.
This is a private, members-only event.
We welcome new member enquiries.
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