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WorleyParsons’ Marni Oaten is a 2016 CEW Scholar

   
WorleyParsons’ Marni Oaten is a 2016 CEW Scholar
WorleyParsons’ Marni Oaten is the winner of a scholarship to participate in the 2016 Vincent Fairfax Fellowship at Ormond College
CEW Vincent Fairfax Scholarhip winner 2016 Marni Oaten

Sydney July 18: Chief Executive Women (CEW) today announced WorleyParsons’ Marni Oaten is the winner of a scholarship to participate in the 2016 Vincent Fairfax Fellowship at Ormond College, University of Melbourne. The scholarship is offered in partnership with the Centre for Ethical Leadership.

Marni Oaten is the director of corporate responsibility at WorleyParsons, an ASX-listed professional services consultancy for the energy & resources industry.

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