The Minerva Network hosted another successful event on Friday night at Eminem’s Rapture 2019 World Tour event in Sydney.
Among the 70,000 Slim Shady fans at ANZ Stadium were a handful of Australia’s female sporting elite who rubbed shoulders with some of the country’s most successful business women.
Minerva Network Chairman and Co-Founder Christine McLoughlin was joined by Channel 9 sports presenter Erin Molan, who was on hand to share her knowledge of the sports media landscape with the athletes.
Also in attendance were Carolyn McCann Group Exec Corporate Relations Westpac, Robi Stanton Vice President & General Manager at Turner, Lisa Harrison Chief Programme Excellence Officer, Romilly Madew Minerva Co-Founder, Gabrielle Curtin Chief Executive Safety People Community Snowy Hydro and Karen Phin Non-Executive Director Magellan Group.
The sporting stars in attendance were ANZ Stadium Ambassadors Alicia Quirk (Rugby 7s), Jada Whyman (Football) and Kezie Apps (Rugby League), along with Emma Tonegato (Rugby 7s), Dominque DuToit (Rugby 7s), Ellia Green (Rugby 7s), Sophie Garbin (Netball), Maddy Proud (Netball), Sarah Klau (Netball), Ellie Brush (AFL) and Elana Whitnall (Athletics).
The Minerva Network has been established to help elite sportswomen identify and navigate commercial challenges through meaningful mentor-mentee relationships.
The Network is helping athletes close the gap between on-field activities and off-field success by helping them understand their full potential both on and off the field, including how to benefit from the commerce of sport.