Our 2018 CEW Scholars

Amy Barouch 2018 CEW ScholarAmy Barouch – General Manager Strategy at icare NSW
Harvard Business School – Disruptive Innovation Program

Amy Barouch is the General Manager, Strategy at icare NSW, the Government provider of insurance and care services to the NSW community and one of the largest insurers in Australia.

Prior to joining icare, Amy held a number of corporate strategy and business line roles at NAB and Westpac, including developing and leading NAB’s robo-advice business and leading the strategy and business development at UBank.

She started her career in management consulting at Accenture and has also lectured at the University of New South Wales in the School of Banking & Finance and the School of Organisation & Management.

Kate Munnings 2018 CEW ScholarKate Munnings – Chief Operating Officer, Ramsay Health Care Australia
INSEAD France – Advanced Management Program

Kate Munnings joined Ramsay Health Care as Chief Operating Officer in January 2016 and has operational and financial responsibility for Ramsay’s 73 Australian hospitals.

Prior to joining Ramsay, Kate was the Chief Executive of Operations at Transfield Services. Kate qualified as a registered nurse in the 1980’s, and went on to complete a Bachelor of Health Science and a Bachelor of Laws. In 2003, she was appointed as a partner at Corrs Chambers Westgarth, specialising in contract and construction law. Kate then joined the partnership at Baker McKenzie where she held a number of leadership positions prior to joining Transfield in 2006.

Kate is currently a director on Ramsay Hospital Research Foundation Board.

In 2014 Kate was the recipient of a CEW Scholarship to attend the Women’s Leadership Forum at Harvard Business School.

Suzy Nicoletti 2018 CEW ScholarSuzy Nicoletti –  Managing Director, Twitter Australia
Stanford Graduate School of Business – Interpersonal Dynamics for High Performing Executives

Suzy Nicoletti is Twitter Australia’s Managing Director, responsible for leading the strategy, revenue and operations across the organisation.

Originally from Silicon Valley, California, Suzy has spent the last ten years in Australia. Prior to joining Twitter, Suzy spent eight years at Google including as Industry Manager for the Education team, responsible for sales strategy and commercialisation for Google’s product suite across Australia’s education institutions.

Suzy is a strong advocate for the empowerment of women in the workforce. She is a SheStarts Advisor and an Ambassador for Dress For Success’s Empower Hour Campaign.

Chris Went 2018 CEW ScholarChris Went – Chief Executive Officer, Greenslopes Private Hospital, Ramsay Health Care
MIT Sloan – Leading Change in Complex Organisations

Christine is the Chief Executive Officer of Greenslopes Private Hospital, one of Australia’s largest private teaching hospitals. She leads the executive team managing the 650 bed hospital which employs more than 2000 staff.

Chris has represented the private sector on the Queensland Clinical Senate, was a member of the Department of Health Patient Safety Board and has represented the Australian Private Hospitals Association on the Queensland Clinical Education and Training Council.

She is currently a member of the Board of Ipswich Grammar School and the Gallipoli Medical Research Foundation.

Chris completed a Bachelor of Nursing in 1992, and has attained post graduate qualifications in the clinical specialties of Cardiology and Emergency as well as Business Administration.