Burgess Rawson is proud to announce that Ingrid Filmer has been named a 2016 finalist in the Corporate and Private Award category of the Telstra Victoria Business Women’s Awards. Telstra is a passionate advocate of women in business and the Telstra Awards champion women from diverse industries, ensuring their achievements are given the recognition they deserve.
Holding dual roles of Chief Financial Controller and Director-Asset Management Burgess Rawson, under Ingrid Filmer’s direction as core driver and controller of business finance and company direction, Burgess Rawson has enjoyed three-fold growth.
“Ingrid has been instrumental to the impressive growth and success of this company over recent years,” said Raoul Holderhead, Director of Burgess Rawson. “A driving force on our team, we are proud and thrilled that her innovation and achievements have resulted in her successful placing as a finalist in the Telstra Business Women’s Awards.”
Ingrid is committed to sustainable business growth, and opening opportunities for women in the commercial real estate sector.
“I am very proud of the role I play in the success of Burgess Rawson. I am proud of its reputation as a high achieving second tier real estate firm and as a progressive, inclusive, employer of choice. I continue to walk the talk and am satisfied that Burgess Rawson has a growing representation of talented female employees.
“To be named a finalist in the 2016 Telstra Victoria Business Women’s Awards is a very thrilling acknowledgement of my achievements and all I stand for.”
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