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Imogen Posa, Championing Growth and Awareness

Imogen Posa ('13) will speak at our upcoming Normo Networking Evening held on Wednesday, 14 June where she will share her professional journey.
2 Jun 2023
Alumnae News
Imogen Posa, '13
Imogen Posa, '13

Join Imogen Posa, and other alumnae as they share their professional journey's at our Normo Networking Evening, Wednesday, 14 June.

Imogen, originally from Scone, embarked on her Loreto Normanhurst journey as a boarder in Year 7, and graduating in the Class of 2013. Imogen's academic pursuits led her to study International Relations, laying the foundation for a remarkable career that combines her passion for public affairs and strategic communications.

After completing her Bachelor's degree, Imogen delved into the world of politics, immersing herself in the 2019 NSW and Federal Election campaigns. Her exceptional contributions during this time propelled her towards a role as a Senior Media Advisor and Parliamentary Advisor to the Minister for Water, Property, and Housing. In this capacity, she showcased her expertise in crafting effective messaging and providing strategic advice to navigate the complex landscape of government affairs.

Currently, Imogen serves as the Communications Director for Ports Australia, where she plays a pivotal role in raising awareness and advocating for the growth of the port sector across the country. Through her strategic communication initiatives, she ensures that the importance and potential of the port industry are recognised, fostering economic development and promoting sustainable practices.

Imogen's outstanding accomplishments serve as an inspiration to the Loreto Normanhurst community, showcasing her exceptional ability to navigate the complexities of politics and effectively advocate for the growth of the port sector.

We look forward to hearing from Imogen on 14 June.  To register, please click here.

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