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BlueScope’s Kristie Keast: 2016 CEW Scholar

   
BlueScope’s Kristie Keast: 2016 CEW Scholar
BlueScope’s Kristie Keast is the winner of a scholarship to attend the prestigious leadership program at MIT Sloan, Cambridge, Mass
CEW Scholar, Kirstie Keast

BlueScope’s Kristie Keast: 2016 CEW Scholar

Sydney May 11: Chief Executive Women (CEW) today announced BlueScope’s Kristie Keast is the winner of a scholarship to attend the prestigious leadership program at MIT Sloan in Cambridge, Massachusetts this year.

The scholarship is offered in partnership with Audrey Page and Associates to a senior executive woman working in a functional HR role.

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