ASIS NSW Chapter Kick Off & Women in Security 2022
On behalf of the ASIS NSW Executive and Committee team, we are pleased to invite you to attend the 2022 ASIS NSW Season Launch in combination with our Women in Security event. This is a first time combination, but due to easing of restrictions what better way to join us for the kick off and celebrate women in our industry.
We have an awesome evening ahead with a fantastic special guest speaker and plenty of food and drinks to soak up the views of the Waterview in Bicentennial Park!
Special Guest Speakers
Yalda Assef, General Manager, MSS Security
Yalda was appointed as General Manager of Aviation Services in August 2020, bringing over 20 years of experience in the security industry in various executive-level roles across the largest and most prominent security companies around the world. She has experience across all market segments and is highly skilled in security operations management, corporate security, crisis and emergency response, and special events. Yalda holds a Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics, a Master of Science in Criminal Justice (Law Enforcement Administration) and is currently studying towards a Doctor of Law. She attended the Weatherhead Business School Senior Executive Leadership Program and was former Chair of the American Society of Industrial Security. Yalda is a robust and confident leader who empowers her teams to optimise strategy, navigate change, learn and succeed.
Lisa Stockley, Acting Director, Security Licence & Enforcement Directorate, NSW Police Force
Lisa Stockley commenced in the role of Assistant Director (Industry Regulation) for the NSW Police Force Security Licensing & Enforcement Directorate (SLED) in 2017. Lisa oversees SLED’s audit, investigation, compliance, enforcement and training regulation functions, as well as taking a lead role in industry and stakeholder consultation and engagement. Prior to working for SLED, Lisa worked in investigative roles for the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) for some 14 years. Lisa was the lead investigator for ICAC’s ‘Operation Columba’ (2009), which investigated corrupt conduct by Registered Training Organisations delivering training for NSW security licence applicants. Prior to this, Lisa worked for Corrective Services NSW in community corrections roles. Lisa holds a Bachelor of Social Sciences majoring in criminology and psychology, a Post Graduate Diploma in Applied Psychology (Forensic) and a Graduate Certificate in Business (Public Sector Management), as well as various vocational qualifications relevant to her field of work.
Timezone - UTC+10
Ticket Price - Members $0; Non-Members $70