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Date:
June 21
Time:
5:15 pm - 6:45 pm
Cost:
Free – $20

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A Zoom event under Chatham House rule
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Should the Olympics go ahead?

Digital Dinner with Rod McGeoch AO

Hosted by:
Prof Ian Dunn AM

June 21 @ 5:15 pm - 6:45 pm

Free – $20

Stop Press — Brisbane Olympics 2032

Rod is very familiar with the developments leading to Brisbane being chosen for 2032 ( it’s not a done deal though). He has agreed to discuss this also!

Rod McGeoch AO is best known as the leader of Sydney’s bid for the 2000 Olympics. Less known is that he also advised the successful bidding teams  for Athens and London.

Rod McGeoch commenced public life as a lawyer becoming President of the Law Society of NSW, and subsequently Chair of the National Law Firm Corrs, Chambers Westsgarth. But he has had the most extraordinary and diverse involvement in so many areas. He has Chaired, amongst many other entities, the Trans Tasman Business Circle,  Australasian Media, Chubb Insurance, and Skycity and has served as Director on companies such as Ramsay Health and Mediaworks Limited.  Until 2020 he was Deputy Chair of the Sydney Cricket Ground and Sports Ground Trust. Last year the NSW Premier appointed Mr McGeoch to head a new group charged with winning ten world championship events for Sydney up to 2029.

Mr McGeoch is uniquely placed to speak on this topic which is causing such division within our, and the Japanese Community . This Zoom engagement will permit the widest possible  discussion and questions.

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