The evening was not only a reflection of Churchill Consulting’s milestone but also a celebration of all things WA.
Guests were treated with entertainment from the WA Youth Jazz Orchestra and live painting by emerging artist Bertie Louise. The painting was bid on throughout the night and all proceeds raised for her piece, Perth in Colour, donated to the Western Australian Symphony Orchestra. They were also served beverages from WA powerhouses Gage Roads and Vasse Felix.
We were humbled to have Mike Utsler, Woodside’s Chief Operating Officer, WASO Board Member and Churchill client as the evening’s keynote speaker. He captivated the audience with his passionate and engaging synopsis on the importance of indigenous recognition, building healthy company cultures and developing the arts for the future. Mike continued to woo the crowd at question time when he was asked on his experiences and opinions relating to his Deep Water Horizon involvement, Woodside’s AI Partnership with NASA, Cyber Security and building winning company cultures.
We would like to thank all our clients and supporters who were able to attend the event and helped us celebrate this milestone. We are also grateful to those who were unable to attend the event but have helped us reach this milestone.
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