Siobhan Dilly

Siobhan Dilly, BCA, MBA

– Project Manager & Policy Analyst, Association of Proprietors of Integrated Schools/NZ Catholic Education Office
– Business Manager (part-time), Bailey Civil Limited
Club level
– Joined BPW Wellington 2015
– Secretary 2017 to present
– Representative to Wellington Pay Equity Coalition 2017 to present
– Red Bay Day (Feb 2017)
– Equal Pay Rally (Aug 2017)
– Meet the Candidates Social Issues Symposium (Sep 2017)
– Vote for Equal Pay demonstration (Sep 2017)
Young BPW
– YoungBPW representative 2018 to present
– Young BPW member 2015 to present
– Co-organiser: Young BPW Symposium (Oct 2016)
BPW New Zealand
– Issues Taskforce Chair 2017 to present
– Co-organiser: Southern Regional Meeting (May 2017)
– 2012: Master of Business Administration (International Business emphasis), Texas State University (San Marcos, TX)
– 2006: Bachelor of Commerce and Administration (Double major: International Business and Commercial Law), Victoria University of Wellington (NZ)
– Board Chair (Proprietor Appointee), Bishop Viard College, Porirua
– Director, Bailey Civil Limited
Working primarily for small and medium businesses has meant a breadth of functional experience including operational, accounts, human resources, project coordination, events management, strategic planning, data analysis and marketing. After high-school, I moved to Wellington to begin my Bachelor of Commerce and Administration (BCA), which started an academic and professional career focused on business and projects management. My BCA was followed by a Master in Business Administration from Texas State University, completed in my late twenties. I spent seven years overseas in London and the US and after returning back to New Zealand in 2014, wanted an opportunity to “give back”, particularly around issues relevant to women and youth. This brought me to BPW Wellington, which has been a hugely rewarding in both the.advocacy work we do and the great members I’ve met. I am passionate about a world that offers better opportunities.for women.