ACT Chapter Christmas Cheer!

Dec 14
It’s time for a celebration – eat, drink, be merry.


Tis the season to celebrate our first ACT face-to-face event on 14 December 2021 with an evening of merrymaking – together at last! We are excited to re-engage with the ACT AIPM Community, to network, catch up with acquaintances and meet new people who share the same professional passions. The ACT Chapter Council couldn’t think of a better way to end 2021 and bring some Christmas revelry into our lives – we can’t wait to see you all in person!  We also want to acknowledge our retiring Chapter Councillors as well as introduce our new cohort commencing in 2022!

Ho! Ho! Ho! – O come all ye joyful… places are limited to the first 100 registrations thanks to COVID-19 restrictions.

Who is this event for? 

ACT Chapter Members and future prospects

This event is proudly sponsored by: 


Members $15 | Non members $25


Jane Hatton Jane has been working as a leader and Manager within the information communications technology industry for over thirty years. After a distinguished career as an Army Officer, she transitioned into the public service in 2008 with a focus on information technology program management. She is currently working in Defence Science and Technology Group delivering world leading computational science capabilities for Defence and National Security Agencies. She holds a Master of Business Administration, a Master of Sustainment Management and a Master of Systems Engineering. She is also the President of the AIPM ACT Chapter and graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Andrew Waye Andrew has over 30 years’ experience in the national security sector working across multiple agencies, industries, and domains. He has a compelling track record in providing steady leadership and trusted advice. For the past 20 years, Andrew has specialised in implementing generational change capabilities and reform programs. Andrew has worked across sectors such as maritime, aviation, joint, national security, capability systems, and infrastructure. He has strategised, planned, executed, and governed complex capabilities, projects and products through their life of type. He always looks to solve the right problem while tailoring capability methods and outcomes to best meet organisational objectives.

Jane Hatton

Andrew Waye