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WOMEN IN PROPERTy           

Women in Property is a diverse group of professionals who empower females to participate and succeed within the property industry.

Run by the Women in Property Committee, established by UDIA in 1999, the group runs events and produces content that promotes greater engagement, representation and exposure for women in the industry.




  • How leading employers are hiring and promoting for diversity

    Unconscious bias can come from surprising quarters. Westpac executive Yung Ngo was doing a leadership course with a Stanford University professor. During the break, Mr Ngo recalls, the pair "got into a good conversation, about the type of businesses that I've run, and some of the issues that I've been grappling with at work". Suddenly the course leader stopped him and said: "No disrespect, but you seem to be quite young to be running those type of businesses of that magnitude and complexity." Read full article on on ABC NEWS. Read more
  • Alexandrea Malishev, Senior Strategic Planner - VPA

    Profile on UDIA Outlook & ID_LAND Young Professional Award Winner

    Alexandrea Malishev, Senior Strategic Planner - VPA

    Alexandrea has a unique blend of planning, architecture, project management, training and leadership skills that enable her to maintain strong working relationships with a wide range of stakeholders. She consistently behaves with maturity beyond her years, demonstrates outstanding interpersonal skills, and shows great compassion for those around her. She is agile and creative in her thinking, always open to new ideas, and is a collaborative and effective communicator.  Read more
  • Georgia Willis, Senior Development Manager – Acquisitions at Caydon Property Group

    Profile on UDIA & Frasers Property Women in Leadership Award Winner

    Georgia Willis, Senior Development Manager – Acquisitions at Caydon Property Group

    Georgia is genuinely passionate about advancing women in the industry, and bringing them with her on her journey to success. Georgia's combination of government and private sector experience has enabled her to gain a thorough understanding of the development process. One of her strongest assets is her ability to engage with various stakeholders, including local government, residents, business owners and action groups, and in actively listening to their concerns, developing solutions to create a win-win development outcome for all parties. Read more